SEATTLE, 2016-Nov-03 — /EPR Retail News/ —
BLUEBERRY COBBLER KICKOFF PARTY
Schilling Cider and Bartell Drugs will be hosting a Blueberry Cobbler kick off party Friday, November 4th from 6:00 p.m.-9:00 p.m. at the Schilling Cider House, 708 N.34th St Seattle, WA. The event is open to the public, 21 and older. Outside food is welcome and encouraged.
For Immediate Release: November 1, 2016
Seattle, WA –Schilling Cider is releasing an autumn specialty collaboration hard cider exclusively for Bartell Drugs called Blueberry Cobbler. This hard cider, at 6.6% ABV, has been barrel aged in both American and French Oak for 12 months. It has a soft floral nose and is rich with autumn pie spices and balanced barrel notes of caramel, bourbon, and cinnamon. Blueberry Cobbler’s layered complexity starts dry on the palate, then transitions to a slight tart-sweet balance before finishing clean with a hint of fresh blueberry and lingering barrel notes.
The recipe and barrel selection was created in collaboration with Bartell Drugs.
With a more than 125-year history in the Northwest, Bartells is proud of its partnership with Schilling Cider. As a family-owned, Seattle-based chain, Bartells focuses on supporting other locally based businesses and products, a feature as important to them as it is to their customers.
Blueberry Cobbler will be available the first week of November exclusively at Bartell Drugs in 22 ounce bombers.
About Bartell Drugs:
Family-owned since 1890, Seattle-based Bartell Drugs is proud of its more than 125-year history based here in the Northwest. Four generations of the Bartell family have continuously focused on the future — and how the drugstore chain can better serve its customers. With exceptional customer service, locally made products and a focus on your overall wellbeing, Bartell Drugs is here to help. Operating 64 locations in King, Snohomish and Pierce counties, it is the nation’s oldest family-owned drugstore chain. For more information on Bartell Drugs, visit www.bartelldrugs.com.
About Schilling Cider
In 1881, Colin Schilling’s great-great-grandfather, August, founded the Schilling Spice Company in San Francisco. He brought pure, natural, spices to everyone, at a fair price. Today, at Schilling Cider, we carry August’s core values forward and pair them with innovative cider-making techniques to produce quality, complex, hard ciders.
Based in Seattle, Washington, Schilling Cider captures the essence of the Pacific Northwest by creating ciders that are deliberately innovative, bold and flavor forward. Never back-sweetened, we use only 100% fresh pressed apples, locally sourced non-GMO ingredients and individually hand select yeast strains to create a cider experience that is truly unique.
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Source: Bartell Drugs