One of the first cideries in the Peach State, Treehorn Cider opened in the Atlanta suburb of Marietta, Georgia, last year to a thirsty Southern crowd. Comprised of a couple home-makers of cider and avid cocktail enthusiasts, the cidery has experimented with local mixologists on cider concoctions as well as with northern Georgia-grown fruit, committed to sourcing apples no more than 150 miles away from the production facility.
The flagship Dry, which was the cidery’s first option to make it into cans and was released this summer, is a blend of five local apples, including Staymen Winesap and Arkansas Black, selected for individual complexity and texture. Canned for an ease of enjoyment, the Dry is a fresh and lively sip, rich in apple aromas and flavors, elaborated with soft mineral tones and perky acid. Pack it in and pack out, this is a great cider to take on the road.