Hard cider was a very popular beverage in 18th- and 19th-century America. Winemaker Greg Failing wanted to bring it back. He started out in his garage in Proctorsville, Vermont, experimenting with various blends of apples. He filled 12-ounce bottles with an antique soda machine and shipped kegs via UPS. That's how Woodchuck Cider was born.
With a following came confidence and ambition. Greg followed his original Woodchuck Amber with Dark and Dry. It beat many craft beers at the 1993 Great Albany Beer Festival and took home the People's Choice Award.
Woodchuck continues to produce an expanding range of traditional and surprising ciders. Its core lineup includes the Amber Hard Cider along with Granny Smith, Semi-Dry, Pear and Raspberry. Its seasonal Pumpkin Cider is a fall favorite. Experience flavors you'd normally expect only from ale with the Hopsation, Private Reserve Barrel Select or Farmhouse Select. Its innovative Tank Series includes an invigorating Pear Ginger. The goofballs at Woodchuck will occasionally blindside you with Campfire Pancakes or Spitter Splinter.
Not sure what to choose? Get a Cluster Chuck sampler box. Season to season, Woodchuck Cider is always up to something.
Unfortunately, it looks like Drizly isn't available in your area yet. We'll make sure you're the first to know when we launch near you.