Leperchaun Cider

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About Leperchaun Cider Co.

Our love of cider was born out of our travels to Britain and Ireland, where cidermaking has been an art for centuries. Once back in the States, we began searching for real, honest to goodness artisan ciders and found that a growing group of enthusiasts was sharing our quest. But these folks were concentrated in a few states far away from our home – New York, Vermont, Washington and California. Ciders were hard to find in Texas, and most of what we found were just mass-produced, artificially flavored candy drinks. We decided to change that.

We are a Texas based company, dedicated to producing the finest American hard cider. Our apples are grown in the Pacific Northwest, and our cider is blended for the sophisticated drinker’s palate – a classic blend of dry, yet subtly sweet apple flavors. We use only the freshest apples harvested at their peak, and hand-craft each batch of Leprechaun Cider in specially made stainless steel tanks.

In a nation that has become saturated with beer over the last century, the time is upon us for the original American drink to be treasured once again. It brings us pride and pleasure to bring you Leprechaun Cider. May we be a part of many of your great stories to come.

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Quick Facts

Location: Houston, TX
Distance from in.gredients: Roughly 150 miles
Delivery to in.gredients: By truck, keg exchange system


Golden Cider: Our original Golden Cider is deep golden, intensely aromatic and lightly sweet. The champagne yeast, added crushed apple, and hint of pear juice give a light effervescence with tart base with an apple sweet finish.

Written by Josh Blaine

January 1, 2011 at 3:00 pm

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