Announcing the Woodchuck Cider “Original” Sweepstakes!

March 1, 2014
Cider Original Sweepstakes

Here at Woodchuck, we embrace originality. It’s the spark that fuels our innovative spirit.  There is an amazing crew of originals that make up the Woodchuck family. Together we work hard to deliver the best possible ciders to you day in and day out.  In 1991, we bucked popular trends and started making hard cider, a beverage that had fallen off the map in the early 1900s.  Through the last two decades we have carved out a path and others are now following us down the road.  The best part in all of this is that along the way, our fans made it known they were true originals too.

This is what makes Woodchuck special in our minds.  It is handcrafted BY a passionate group of originals FOR a passionate group of originals! Pretty cool.  So shall we get to the point of all this rambling??

We are happy to announce the Woodchuck Cider “Original” Sweepstakes.

We want to hear from you.  Tell us what makes you a true original in 25 to 50 words.  If you have a picture that goes along with your words, you can also submit that.  We will be picking THREE lucky winners (and a guest) at random to join us at our new cidery here in Middlebury, VT!   We’ll take care of airfare and accommodations; you just make sure to pack your party pants.  The contest opens today, March 1st, 2014 and runs until April 30th, 2014.  For full contest rules and details click here.

So start thinking… got it? Enter now!

Enter the Woodchuck Cider “The Original” Sweepstakes Here!

Need some help?  Check out a couple Woodchuck Employee Originals for inspiration.

Jordan E., Accounting: I am Jordan and I work in accounting.  I keep track of our cider inventory which means I am often one of the first to hear about new ciders.  When not counting cases, I am counting pennies so I can travel to New Zealand one day.


Caitlin S., Marketing: My name is Caitlin, and I am a Consumer Marketing Specialist at Woodchuck Cider! I discovered I could do the worm when I was a wee little thing, and have been on the move ever since. Booyah!

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