Double up on the Woodchuck® Cider Pumpkin Bread!

Woodchuck Cider Pumpkin Bread

As the cool Fall days grow shorter, we find ourselves spending more time indoors. Luckily, this is the perfect excuse to start testing those recipes you’ve only been talking about all season. That satisfying crock-pot of chili, that spinach and artichoke dip you stole from your mother-in-law, and of course a season staple… Pumpkin Bread. There’s nothing like the sweet smell of baked goods filling your house with a thick aroma. Pumpkin Bread warms you up after that brisk fall walk, and complements almost any savory entrée. Is your mouth watering yet? Well do we have a treat for you! Add one more recipe on that To-Do list, and indulge in the Woodchuck® Private Reserve Pumpkin Cider Pumpkin Bread!

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The Woodchuck Fall Cider Apple Pie

Woodchuck Hard Cider Fall Apple PieAs the breathtaking foliage consumes the mountains, and hay bales blanket the farmer’s fields, we watch the trees fill with red, juicy apples.

What comes with apples? The season for aroma-filled, mouth-watering, never-ending apple pie! For months, this delectable and flavorful dish acts as a staple for every dinner party’s dessert. Paired with a sharp slice of cheddar, or a smooth scoop of vanilla ice cream, this indulgence never disappoints.

With an endless amount of recipes for such a simple pie, each piece consumed during the season has its own flair… and we’ve got one more for you to try!

The Special Ingredient… The Woodchuck Limited Release Fall Cider.

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Apple Harvest and Fantastic Fall Season in Full Swing

HeaderImage_4Time 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.

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Then we get “the week”.  You know the one?

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