Here at Woodchuck®, we are very passionate about our cider. So passionate, that it tends to fuel our creativity in places like our offices! The customer service gurus of Woodchuck took the group Halloween costume to a new level, representing the different styles of our Limited Releases line of ciders. Not only do we see each season, but Mother Nature is keeping a watchful eye over her tasty bevys.
From our creative customer service team, and the rest of the Woodchuck clan, we wish everyone a Happy Halloween!
Time flies. We all say it. It’s a cliché for the ages. In Vermont though, seasonal change can sometimes feel like a game of hurry up and wait. The pumpkin and fall ciders hit the shelves. Football starts as baseball winds down. The first real chill finds its way into the air. All of this builds and builds… but summer tends to hang on no matter what delicious seasonal cider is on the shelf.
It’s no secret that here in Vermont, we enjoy an ice-cold Woodchuck Cider. We’re still enjoying the remnants of summer here, and with a warm weekend ahead, we’re psyched to get a couple twelve packs of Amber cans (find them near you using our Cider Locator) and head out for some good times. From tailgating at concerts and sports venues to enjoying the outdoors with friends and family, a cold Woodchuck is a welcome treat during the warm summer months.
Over the years we’ve packed up our fair share of coolers, and we’ve picked up some pretty handy tricks and cooler tips to get the most out of our space, making our cider the coldest it can be, and keeping it nice and chilled until we are ready to indulge.
For longtime Woodchuck fans Greg Failing is a name you may already be familiar with, but for those who are not, let us introduce him. Greg is our Master Cider Maker here at Woodchuck® Hard Cider. He’s been here since the beginning, and when we say “the beginning” we mean the very beginning. Greg is the guy responsible for our flagship style, Woodchuck® Amber Cider and we’re happy to tell you all about him.
Vermont has been our home since the beginning. Twenty-two years ago Master Cider Maker, Greg Failing, produced the very first batch of Amber Cider that has put Woodchuck® Hard Cider on the map nationwide, all from a two-car garage in the tiny town of Proctorsville, Vermont. Our dedication and deep appreciation for our home state are the pillars of our business, and today we are beaming with pride to tell you that we have officially broken ground on our brand new cidery here in Middlebury, Vermont. As a reader of The Core, you all get first glimpse at how the new cidery will look!