Destination Gettysburg’s “Road to Gettysburg” blog just featured Jack’s Hard Cider in its Gettysburg Cider Trail feature. Dish LLC author Mary Bigham, who wrote the piece, is not only a native of Gettysburg, Pa., but is also a hard apple cider evangelist.
Mary stated, “In addition to being rich in history and abundant with dining options and breathtaking scenery, Gettysburg is also home to a distinguished hard cider scene and is quickly becoming known as Cider Town, Pa.”
Mary is a big fan of our small-batch, seasonal offerings that are available only on tap at the cidery. She said, “If you’re lucky, grab a taste of the limited Cherry Cider or Harvest Cider (a blend of apricot, apple and plum aged in a barrel)—you’ll thank me.”
She continues, “And, never skip my favorite—the cidery’s flagship variety, Jack’s Original. It’s a Granny Smith apple blend in cans that delivers bouncy bubbles and a fair amount of fizz. Be warned: you may, like me, want to grab a six-pack of this crisp, dry session cider to-go.”
Read more about the Gettysburg Cider Trail at www.roadtogettysburg.com.
Jack’s Hard Cider — Produced from Pennsylvania Apples. Pressed On-Site. Never from Concentrate.