New to Our Flagship Lineup: Jack’s Pear Cider

We love our apples at Jack’s Hard Cider! We grow, ferment and press them right here at our home in Biglerville, Pennsylvania, so we can showcase our fruit right at the peak of freshness.

Even with all that apple adoration, we still have plenty of room in our hearts for other sweet, delicious fruits. Perhaps you’ve gotten a taste of our refreshing Peach Cider, which we introduced back in August. Now Peach is getting some company—meet our newest flagship cider, Pear!

Jack’s Pear Cider is our interpretation of a traditional English tipple. It is semi-dry with a smooth pear finish. We use both Anjou and Asian pears along with our own fresh apples to craft a sessionable 5.5% alcohol by volume (ABV) beverage that is truly unique. Pear will pair well with foods like mahi fish tacos and smoked salmon dishes, while not overpowering light summer salads.

We use pears from our own orchard as well as fruit from our next door neighbors, Beechwood Orchards. Cider maker Brian Bolzan shares, “Our team spent countless hours in research and development with this product working to achieve the perfect blend of dryness and smoothness. Fans of both Original and Helen’s Blend will enjoy our Pear, as its residual sugar falls someplace in between our dry and crisp Original and our fruit-forward Helen’s Blend.” He continues, “We’re excited to be planting 3,500 pear trees this upcoming spring in our orchard to supplement our need for more fruit. We have picked out a prime location to establish these Anjou and Asian pear trees, and we can’t wait to see those first pear blossoms blooming.”

Pear will be available in all of our markets where our flagship ciders are distributed. If you don’t see the bright pear cans on the shelf of your favorite beer store or on draft at your local watering hole, ask them to contact us to get them in stock.

Learn more about Jack’s Hard Cider and explore our cider lineup here.

Jack’s Hard Cider — Produced from Pennsylvania Apples. Pressed On-Site. Never from Concentrate.

Ronna Dewey