I had Woodchuck Pear Cider for the first time last night at the Fox & Hound Pub & Grille in Dallas, Texas.
My husband told me about it and we had it draft-style.
I mean WOW!!! That is one of the tastiest beverages I’ve ever had!
It’s alcoholic, yes, but is really not overbearing, and no, it doesn’t taste like beer at all, even though it’s draft.
Woodchuck is made in Vermont the “old-school” way – this was a down-home family business that took off because of it’s deliciousness!
Woodchuck, apparently, not only has pear cider available, but Amber, 802, Raspberry and Granny Smith flavors.
You can easily drink a number of them without knowing it – it goes down easy, but it does have a kick. Afterall, it is hard cider, meaning it’s alcoholic, but only boasting a 4% alcohol level.
They describe the flavor as:
“To understand what Woodchuck Pear tastes like, take a deep breath, close your eyes and imagine yourself floating down a cool crisp mountain stream in the middle of July OK, got it? Now put an entire pear in your mouth.”
Hilarious, but true! It’s so light in color, it’s not even blonde to me – it almost looked like slightly colored water and goes down easy like that!
It would be a marvelous alcoholic dessert beverage. Wonderful – my new fave going!
To get more info, check out Woodchuck.com.
In fact, you can even get Food Recipes @ Woodchuck.com too! Check ’em out – I know I will!
I hope you enjoyed this Food Product Review on Cooking With Kimberly! Until next time…
Kimberly Edwards 🙂
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