Towns Ciderhouse Releases 'Prickle Me Pink' Limited Release Prickly Pear Cactus Fruit Cider

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

Contact:
Beth Larsen
beth@2TownsCiderhouse.com
Cell: (541) 286-5417
Office: (541) 207-3915

 

‘Prickle Me Pink’ Pairs Apple and Cactus for a Radiant Addition to

2 Towns Ciderhouse Limited Release Line

Prickly Pear Cactus Lends Vibrant Hue and Fresh Watermelon-esqueTaste

Corvallis, Ore., - September  14, 2015 – This week 2 Towns Ciderhouse releases Prickle Me Pink, a limited Prickly Pear Hard Cider. Infused with the fruit of a cactus, this precocious cider leads with aromas of fig nectar, watermelon, and an unbelievable fuchsia color derived solely from the prickly pear. This is nature's way of saying ‘yum!’

“When we saw the color of raw Prickly Pear, we were blown away by its outrageously pink flesh,” said Ian McKinnon, Lead Cellarman at 2 Towns Ciderhouse. “Prickle Me Pink matches the incredible color with an equally awesome flavor profile of fresh watermelon without a ton of sweetness. With its unique and spiny ingredients, it was one of our most challenging ciders to make yet, but well worth the fight!”

Prickle Me Pink (6% ABV) uses 100% fresh-pressed NW apple juice and California whole Prickly Pear. The fruit is naturally dense in color and lends the cider a hue that borders on neon. The cactus fruit can be found throughout the arid western states. Although the fruit is edible, the spines found on the outside of the fruit make it a formidable feat to forage.

Prickle Me Pink is now available in the 2 Towns Ciderhouse Tap Room and to distributors in bottles, and 1/6 bbls and 1/2 bbl kegs. Our ciders are available in Oregon, Washington, California, Alaska, Idaho, Hawaii, Chicago and parts of Nevada and Minnesota.

About 2 Towns Ciderhouse
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.

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Beth Larsen
Public Relations & Human Resources Manager
2 Towns Ciderhouse/Traditions Ciderworks
33930 SE Eastgate Circle
Corvallis,OR 97333
Main: 541-207-3915
Cell: 541-286-5417
beth@2townsciderhouse.com
www.2townsciderhouse.com

Tap Room Hours:
Sun, Mon, Tues & Wed from noon-6pm
Thur, Fri & Sat from noon-8pm