Ragged Ass Road Cider

After spending 35 years north of 60, we crafted this bourbon apple cider to celebrate the adventurous spirit of northerners.

Ragged Ass Road is an infamous street in Yellowknife, unofficially named for those with hard work and little reward, prospecting in the great white north.

This artisan cider crafted from a blend of BC heritage cider apple diverse in flavour and complex characteristics. This oak barrel aged, bourbon infused cider, has flavours of toasted white oak and hints of vanilla; this cider is great for the bonfire and good times.

What’s in the Worx you ask? Only freshly pressed apples and bourbon.

  • Not from concentrate.
  • No water or artificial flavours.
  • Gluten free.
  • Contains sulphites.

$8.00

volume


500ml

alcohol


8.5% alc. / vol.

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Specifications:

Composition: Blend
Sweetness:
Colour: Amber Yellow Orange Red
Pasteurized: No
Total acid:  0.0 g/L
Final pH: 0.00
Residual sugar: ~  00.0 g/L
Enclosure: Crown Cap
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After spending 35 years north of 60, we crafted this bourbon apple cider to celebrate the adventurous spirit of northerners.

Ragged Ass Road is an infamous street in Yellowknife, unofficially named for those with hard work and little reward, prospecting in the great white north.

This artisan cider crafted from a blend of BC heritage cider apple diverse in flavour and complex characteristics. This oak barrel aged, bourbon infused cider, has flavours of toasted white oak and hints of vanilla; this cider is great for the bonfire and good times.

What’s in the Worx you ask? Only freshly pressed apples and bourbon.

  • Not from concentrate.
  • No water or artificial flavours.
  • Gluten free.
  • Contains sulphites.

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Raven's Moon

Raven’s Moon is located in Courtenay, BC on Vancouver Island. Imagine wild, untamed beaches and natural rain forests. Our farm supports a main crop of blueberries and apples. There are four categories of cider apples that are pretty essential in making good ciders: sweet, sharps, bittersweets and bittersharps. We have been planting a variety of different apples over the past few years in a desire to get flavours that reflect our farm’s terroir, where the complete natural environment including soil, topography, and climate, produces a unique flavour. Our blueberry crop certainly is defined by our location.

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