|By Marketwired .||
|June 18, 2014 07:17 PM EDT||
CALGARY, ALBERTA -- (Marketwired) -- 06/18/14 -- Big Rock Brewery Inc. ("Big Rock") (TSX: BR) is excited to announce two new ciders to its Rock Creek Cider lineup. Big Rock's classic Apple Cider will be featured in a 6 bottle variety pack this summer alongside new Cherry and Pear Ciders.
Rock Creek Apple Cider - Based on a traditional European recipe, the real difference is in the apples themselves. The four varietals used in this cider are grown exclusively in the Okanagan, Western Canada's fruit orchard. This cider is gently spiced with flavours like vanilla and cinnamon to compliment the apples.
Rock Creek Cherry Cider - Cherries are nature's way of letting you know your taste buds are alive. So when this cider variety pack was envisioned, cherries made their way to the top of the list. A wonderful pink colour complements the complex flavour of the Okanagan Montmorency cherries that were used.
Rock Creek Pear Cider - While we use all our knowledge and experience to make a light, bubbly, clear oasis of refreshment, the Okanagan's best Bartlett pears does the hard work in this cider. Big Rock's Pear Cider pours a pale yellow and offers aromas of sweet pear.
If you want to know where you can find the Rock Creek Cider Variety Pack, you can follow us on Twitter and Facebook for all of the latest updates. The Rock Creek Cider Variety Pack is available in BC, Alberta, Saskatchewan and Manitoba while quantities last.
About Big Rock Brewery Inc.
Big Rock Brewery Inc. - headquartered in Calgary, Alberta - produces premium, all-natural craft beers. As Canada's leading craft brewer, Big Rock boasts a family of exceptional ales and lagers, Rock Creek Cider®, an ongoing selection of seasonal beers released through the Brewmaster's Limited Edition and cutting-edge, small-batch brews released through the Alchemist Edition. Big Rock products are sold in nine provinces and two territories in Canada, and are also available in the Republic of Korea.
For more information on Big Rock Brewery visit bigrockbeer.com
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