The winter thaw is on the horizon, and sugaring season will shift into full gear. Not only will our Vermont landscapes transform into iconic scenes of buckets and tap lines, but it’s time for sugar on snow! Regardless of where you’re watching that sap boil, there’s nothing like the taste of fresh syrup drizzled on Winter’s remaining snow blanket. As we say Hello to spring in the cidery, we’re excited to embrace this tradition with our own twist….
Cider on Snow!
Part of what makes our Woodchuck® Cider Community so unique is the incredible creativity we find amongst our fans. Some bring the bottles into their craft, but some throw the cider right into their artistic genius! We always get excited to see Woodchuck used to make us delicious recipes, and here’s a mouth-watering one from our fan, Staci C. Cheers Staci, for these amazing Woodchuck Amber Cider Cupcakes!
In January, Woodchuck® lost a loyal friend and Community member. Lee Ann “Elle” Ritchotte was a bright and enthusiastic member of the food blogging community. As the brilliance behind Elle’s New England Kitchen, “Elle” was a devout supporter of Woodchuck Cider. Elle would frequently highlight Woodchuck in her delectable recipes, providing passion for our cider offerings and showing how they could bring new life to foods.
Come enjoy Woodchuck Cider at Chef Soireé 2014! From 5pm – 9pm on Sunday, March 16th, head to the Bogue Falaya Park in Covington, LA. See you there!
If it’s possible, it just got more “CHILI” here in Vermont. However this time, that’s a good (and by good, we mean DELICIOUS) thing! Woodchuck Cider is excited to be sponsoring the 6th Annual Vermont Chili Festival. Today, March 8th, 2014, Woody will be joining a chili competition between restaurants and caterers from around the state. Beginning at 1:00 PM, downtown Middlebury will close off their busy streets for vendors, a beverage tent, face painting, street performers, live music, and more!