Slider Weekly Spotlight — 14 September 2017

IRONBOUND HAS DONE IT AGAIN!

Their newest blend of hard cider is named after none other than the Jersey Devil himself. Ironbound Devil’s Harvest can be found lurking in the corners of New Jersey starting now. This seasonal release from Jersey Cider Works is so wicked, it will leave your taste buds tingling for days. Devil’s Harvest is available in 6 packs of 12 oz. cans, 4 packs of 16 oz. cans, and draft. It’s here just in time for the start of the Jersey Devil’s favorite season, so make sure you go grab a case of this deliciously sinister cider and drink up!

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ironbound_devils-harvestDEVIL’S HARVEST CIDER

Devil’s Harvest marries the crisp boldness of Ironbound Hard Cider with the tart bite of blood-red cherries, bright acidity of wild cranberries, and soothing warmth of white pepper. The result is a deep-rose-tinted cider with the sublime aroma of fresh-pressed sour cherries laced with just a hint of white pepper. Dry harvested wild Pine Barrens cranberries lend an herbaceous note to this refreshing and complex cider, which finished with a flash of tart cherry and a lingering warmth. ABV: 4.6%  

Despite leathery wings and razor-sharp claws, the Jersey Devil’s most defining feature may be his forked tongue. Perfectly attuned to local craft cider made from fresh-pressed apples, nothing makes it tingle like the tart bite of Ironbound Devil’s Harvest Cider.

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JERSEY CIDER WORKS RELEASES IRONBOUND DEVIL’S HARVEST | BrewBound, Sept. 8, 2017

HUNTERDON COUNTY, NJ – “To honor one of the most special places in New Jersey, the Pinelands National Reserve, Jersey Cider Works has announced the release of Ironbound Devil’s Harvest, a blend of the cidery’s popular Ironbound Hard Cider with dry-harvested Pine Barrens wild cranberries, sour cherries and a dash of white pepper. Charles Rosen, founder of Jersey Cider Works, made the announcement today.”
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