Locust Cider Delivers Kegs by Bicycle

Contact Jason Spears
Telephone 646-783-9267



Locust Cider announces its proud sponsorship of the Marymoor Velodrome and prepares to open its tasting room and cidery to the public.

Woodinville, WA, May 4, 2015Locust Cider, a new hard cider company in Woodinville, WA, will be hand delivering the first keg off the line to Redmond, WA Marymoor Velodrome. By bicycle. The cider will be sold in the Velodrome beer garden every Friday night during racing, beginning on May 8.

“We are honored to be associated with a great non-profit organization like the Marymoor Velodrome,” Jason Spears, founder of Locust Cider. “Our mission is to make great cider accessible to the masses, and they are doing the same thing with track racing. Not only do they run a very professional and safe racing series, but their support of children’s programs and learning programs is exceptional.”

Why deliver by bike?

“I love bike racing, and I’m a racer too. Or at least I pretend to be. Besides, it just seems appropriate.” Jason Spears.

Locust Cider is a hard cider company based in Woodinville, WA. We began production at our Woodinville cidery in April of 2015 and will open a public tap room on the site of the cidery in June. And beginning immediately we will be launching in retail stores, bars, and restaurants in the Seattle area.

Our mission is to make great cider accessible to the masses. We believe that everyone deserves the best every day, and we work hard to make our ciders premium without the premium price.

Locust was founded by two brothers looking for a cider they could drink without puckering but still afford to drink regularly. We spent 2 years developing the perfect combination of yeast selection, temperature control, aging and blending to develop the most drinkable cider you’ll find.


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