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2 Towns The Bad Apple Cider In Bottles - 22 Fl. Oz.

2 Towns The Bad Apple Cider In Bottles - 22 Fl. Oz.

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Wine, Imperial Apple, The Bad Apple

Only fresh-pressed Northwest apples. Made with meadowfoam honey. Gluten free. Apple-honey wine. Follow us online: (at)2TownsCider. Imperial style. Friends from two nearby towns banded together on a mission to bring cider back to the people - true craft cider made using whole fruit, and no shortcuts. Always whole ingredients. Profile: Big & bold, The Bad Apple is made in an imperial style, fermented with local meadowfoam honey and aged on Oregon white oak. Complex notes of apples and wood make this a Northwest favorite. Alc/vol 10.5%. Produced & bottled by: 2 Towns Ciderhouse, Corvallis, OR USA. Made in Oregon. Boldly crafted in Oregon.

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Gluten Free
Warning Contains: Contain sulfites. Government Warning: (1) According to the Surgeon General, women should not drink alcoholic beverages during pregnancy because of the risk of birth defects. (2) Consumption of alcoholic beverages impairs your ability to drive a car or operate machinery, and may cause health problems.
Directions Serve chilled.
About the Producer 2 Towns Ciderhouse
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