Winter Has a Little Bit More Flavor Thanks to Wyder’s Cider

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I have never really been a beer person since college. I like my drinks with fruit and sweet. That goes for cocktails and wine as well. I drank beer in college because that is what you do in college, drink beer from kegs and play beer pong.

I got to try during the holidays a yummy cider that hails from British Columbia. It figures that it comes from Canada . They seem to know beer and liquor up there very well. Back in the seventies, my grandfather used to bring Canadian liquor and beer back into the states. He would only drink Canadian beer. This is the perfect marriage of beer and cider and as an Ohio girl, i am loving it. I grew up around cider and apples.

Wyder’s Cider comes in a few flavors, but I think that the one that has the most flavor is the wild raspberry. It is sweet, but not too sweet with a crisp flavor. The raspberry taste brings to mind summers by the lake and berry picking. The light taste is great with popcorn and burgers especially.

If you want to learn more go to their web site

https://www.wyders.com/

dry-raspberry-ciderMy favorite

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About chitownstarconnections

Melanie Christy is am actress/singer who came to Chicago to pursue her dreams of acting. Coming from a small town in Ohio she has been enjoying the things that city life has to offer like great cuisine from all parts of the globe, parties with great people including celebrities, gorgeous fashions and of course fun! Follow her, read her blog and learn about all the amazing adventures you can be a part of throughout Chicagoland! Jennifer Hedrick is the photographer and techie for our blogs. She was born and raised here in Chicago. Her love of photography started when she was a child. She has photographed many celebs, events, fashion shows and more. She also considers herself a bit of a foodie and loves food porn. Her other loves include her nieces and nephews, animals and the shows Castle, Chicago Fire, Chicago PD, Grey's Anatomy and Scandal.
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