Garden Path Dare to Be Stupid Piquette Cider Can


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Dare to Be Stupid is our very first cider piquette! Piquette is technically not cider (or wine); it’s a low-alcohol beverage made by adding water to pomace (the seeds, skins, and other parts leftover from pressing fruit) and letting it ferment with native yeast. We used the apple pomace from our first cider pressing in October and also the juice of some dessert pears, all from the WSU orchard in Mt Vernon. The nose is pure orchard fruit, with a delicate palate and a hint of sparkle. Dare to Be Stupid was made in collaboration with our good friend Dwayne Smallwood of @bridgeandtunnelbottlesandtaps in Astoria, Oregon, inspired by a late-night text conversation about Weird Al Yankovic. We dared—and it turns out this isn’t stupid at all.

– Garden Path