Posted by Foobooz on March 25th, 2011
This week’s Tria’s Sunday School will feature the newly launched Revolution Cider, a locally produced hard cider. The cider will be on special for $4 a glass and Revolution Cider founders Gideon and Jonathan Gradman will be at the Washington Square West Tria from 4:30 to 6 p.m. and at the 18th and Sansom location from 6 to 8 p.m.
The cider is produced locally in the Frankford section of town using orchard apples fresh-pressed within 48 miles of the cidery. The cider is fermented the same day to ensure the freshest apples and best possible taste. The recipe is based on historical recipes from Colonial times and is not syrupy sweet like some cider brands but rather boasts a crisp effervescence with a dry finish.
The cider is also currently being served at Supper on South Street.
We’re excited to try it out.
Revolution Cider [Official Site]
Tria Cafe Washington Sq West
12th and Spruce St, Philadelphia, PA