Hopped Cider

Don't Worry Drink Hoppy

We blended bittersweet and culinary apples with a beautifully aromatic hopped tea to deliver a delicious dry cider that's both smooth and floral. It's an Austin Eastciders team favorite that we know is sure to bring the craft beer and cider world together while remaining gluten-free.

5% ABV
Sold in 6 Packs
Available on draft
Bone Dry
Dry
Semi-sweet
Sweet
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.

For When Life Gets Dry

Mix It Up

El Paisano

By Nick Bustillos Mixologist - Man of Mystery East Austin

El Paisano
Ingredients:
  • 3/4 oz lime juice and simple syrup
  • Muddled mint and cucumber
  • 1.5 oz tequila
  • 1/2 oz mescal

Procedure:

  • Strain over glass with ice
  • Top with Austin Eastciders Hopped Cider
  • Garnish with mint, cucumber wheel and cayenne pepper

The Loose Seal

By Maisey Dillon Bartender at Opa! South Austin

The Loose Seal

The Loose Seal is a refreshingly beautiful flower arrangement for your taste buds. Try it and you won't be disappointed.

 

Ingredients:

  • 1 oz gin
  • 1 oz St. Germain
  • 4 oz Austin Eastciders Hopped Cider
  • 1/2 oz lime juice 1/2 oz agave

Procedure:

  • Add gin, St. Germain, lime juice and agave in a shaker over ice
  • Shake until chilled
  • Pour over ice Top with Austin Eastciders Hopped Cider

Hopped Mary

By Caleb Clayton Sales Manager and Mixologist for Austin Eastciders San Antonio, TX

Hopped Mary

Rosemary combined with our floral Hopped Cider is the cocktail garden you didn't know you needed. Good luck only having one.

 

Ingredients:

  • 2 oz port
  • 4 oz Austin Eastciders Hopped Cider
  • Small sprig of rosemary

Procedure:

  • Muddle rosemary and port
  • Add ice and shake until chilled
  • Double strain into coupe glass
  • Top with Austin Eastciders Hopped cider
  • Garnish with rosemary

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.