Award-Winning Blood Orange Cider

Orange You Happy

🥈 Silver winner of the 2017 World Cider Championships


We blended blood oranges from Italy with bittersweet heirloom apples to create a cider with a zesty twist. With just the right amount of sweet and citrus flavors, our Blood Orange Cider is sure to brighten your day.


Flavor: Medium-bodied, Bittersweet, Crisp, Raspberry, Grapefruit

Aroma: Citrus, Apples, Orange Zest

Food Pairings: Shrimp tacos, blue cheese, dark chocolate, and with brunch


At Austin Eastciders, we use real fruit in our ciders. This means there might be some pulp inside. Please gently swirl your cider before enjoying the goodness. Cheers!

5% ABV
Sold in 6 packs, 12 packs, Variety Packs, and 19.2 oz cans
Available on draft
Bone Dry
Cider crafted lighter

Cider crafted lighter

Did you know our cider contains roughly two-thirds less sugar than our largest competitors? That means less time spent at the gym, more time enjoying a cider you can feel good about drinking

Orange A-Peel

Mix It Up

Winter Citrus Vodka Smash

By Austin Eastciders Austin, TX

Winter Citrus Vodka Smash
3 oz. Austin Eastciders Blood Orange Cider
1.5 oz. Vodka
1.5 oz. Fresh Lime Juice
3 oz. Grapefruit Juice
1.5 oz. Blood Orange Juice

Add all ingredients to a glass with ice, stir, and enjoy!

The Bigger, Better Cider (The BBC)

By Nick Bustillos Bartender at Weather Up East Austin

The Bigger, Better Cider (The BBC)
The Bigger, Better Cider (The BBC)

The newest to the Austin Eastciders family, our Blood Orange Cider can do no wrong. Add vodka or tequila and you've got a cider cocktail that's bigger, better and ready to take on the world. Let's get zesty, y'all!



3/4 oz lime juice
1 oz vodka (or tequila)
3/4 oz Galliano Italian liqueur


    Dry shake to emulsify
    Pour over ice in a tall Collins glass
    Top with Austin Eastciders Blood Orange Cider
    Add Peychauds bitters to taste
    Garnish with slice of blood orange

      The Best Cider Comes From Texas

      Could we move to an apple producing region, grow our own apples and make cider? Sure, but it wouldn't be the delicious and complex cider we make today in good ol' Texas. The most important thing to us is sourcing the best cider apples and using only high quality natural ingredients.

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