Sorry, pumpkin fans. Autumn is apple season, plain and simple. Apple cider and cider doughnuts, Apple Crisp Macchiatos, apple slushies….there are so many fun apple flavored drinks and snacks to be enjoyed during this time of year. It’s also the perfect time to enjoy an Angry Orchard hard cider.
Angry Orchard is one of the most popular hard cider brands in the country. According to Statista, the company had over $183 million dollars in retail sales, making them the leading cider brand of 2022. The cidery has a portfolio of many different cider flavors.
Peach Mango, Hardcore Dark Cherry Apple, Tropical, Cinnful Apple and Baked Apple Pie are just some of the varieties that Angry Orchard offers. However, Crisp Apple is the first flavor that the company released and it continues to be one of its bestselling.
The Angry Orchard Crisp Apple King Size hard cider is large enough to share with family and friends!
According to the Angry Orchard website, Crisp Apple “has a bright, crisp apple flavor, just like biting into a fresh apple. It is a perfect balance of sweetness and bright acidity from culinary apples and dryness of traditional cider making apples, resulting in a complex, yet refreshing, hard cider.”
Beginning next month, Angry Orchard is releasing a Crisp Apple King Size hard cider. On Halloween, candy bars aren’t the only king sized treats you can find! Angry Orchard wants to make sure all the adults at your fall gatherings or Halloween party can enjoy a glass of their Crisp Apple.
The King Size bottle is 6 liters! With a normal bottle coming in at 12 fl. ounces, the King Size contains almost 17 servings! That’s a party in a bottle! These bottles have 7% ABV and are made with the apples grown on the company’s orchard located in Walden, NY.
Crisp Apple King Size bottles are available beginning October 2. The bottles cost $200 and can be purchased online via VinoShipper, with free shipping, or at the Angry Orchard Cider House, located in the Hudson Valley. However, these bottles are only available while supplies last.