Stowe Cider recently announced the release of Vermont Grown – Raspberry Honey, as a 16 ounce can sold in 4 packs for $16.

“We’ve once again partnered with our friends over at Fisher Brother’s Farm in Shelburne, VT and Suddabee’s in Morrisville, VT to bring you this smooth, hazy late-summer treat,” Stowe Cider said in a press release. “Celebrating locally sourced fresh raspberries and honey, this cider is brimming with tart, juicy fruit flavor and just a touch of honey sweetness. Refreshing and crisp, Vermont Grown – Raspberry Honey clocks in at 6.0% ABV”.

This new cider will be available beginning Thursday, August 5 in the Stowe Cider taproom and online to ship. Vermont Grown – Raspberry Honey will be hitting shelves across Vermont and New Hampshire in the coming weeks.

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