2 Towns Ciderhouse Signed as Official Partner of Portland Timbers

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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
 
Contact:
Beth Larsen
beth@2TownsCiderhouse.com
(541) 286-5417
 
Corvallis, Ore., -  January 31, 2014 – 2 Towns Ciderhouse is proud to announce that it has signed on as an Official Partner of the Major League Soccer team, the Portland Timbers for the 2014 season and beyond.


Starting March 8, 2 Towns Ciderhouse cider will be available at JELD-WEN Field during Portland Timbers matches, Portland Thorns FC matches and other sporting events held in the stadium. 2 Towns Ciderhouse will proudly showcase its sponsorship via promotional items displayed in locations around the state where 2 Towns ciders are sold.
 
“Many of us grew up playing soccer here in the Northwest, and are huge Timbers fans." said Lee Larsen, General Manager of 2 Towns Ciderhouse. “We admire the passion and sense of community that the Timbers inspire throughout Oregon, and are proud to support them as an organization and a team. It doesn't get much better than watching a Timbers game at JELD-WEN field, while sipping on a pint of local craft cider. Go Timbers!"
 
2 Towns Ciderhouse plans on showing all Timbers matches at its Tap Room located at 33930 SE Eastgate Circle in Corvallis, Oregon. For information on these and other special events, please see https://www.facebook.com/2TownsTapRoom or www.2townsciderhouse.com.
 
About 2 Towns Ciderhouse
2 Towns Ciderhouse produces craft hard apple cider in Corvallis, Oregon. Founded in 2010 by three friends living in the two towns of Eugene and Corvallis, OR, 2 Towns Ciderhouse strives to bring craft hard apple cider back to the people.  2 Towns Ciderhouse is proud to be a part of the resurgence of America’s first craft beverage of choice. In 2012 we began planting our own cider apple orchard, and since the beginning we've been committed to supporting local apple growers by insisting on using the finest fresh pressed 100% NW apples. We never take shortcuts in the cider-making process—and never add sugar or essence flavorings—but instead let the fresh, naturally fermented ingredients speak for themselves.