SEATTLE—Schilling Cider has officially expanded its partnership with Great Artisan Beverage Co. — bringing craft cider to all corners of Washington state.
Now available in Washington, northern Idaho, Oregon and Minnesota, Schilling Cider boasts three flavors in four-packs of 12-ounce cans—hoppy Original, spicy Ginger and smooth Oak Aged—as well as a 22-ounce, bottled winter seasonal Spiced featuring clove, cinnamon and all- spice.
Schilling Cider was started by two college friends with visions of sustainability, a focus on local ingredients and the drive to try something new. In only their seventh month of shipping, they are pushing hard to make their cider available in the same place their resources are gathered. Co- founders Colin Schilling and Mark Kornei are excited to spread their passion for cider.
“I want local craft cider to be as accessible as possible to the Pacific Northwest and this is a big step that will help us make that happen,” Schilling said.
“While we have grown quickly, most of our growth has been in the Seattle area. People trying our ciders at festivals always ask when we will be available in the rest of the state. Now we can say we are statewide,” Kornei added.
Schilling Cider is currently shopping for larger facilities that can handle their ever-increasing demand.
About Great Artisan Beverage Co.
Great Artisan Beverage Co., comprised of Marine View Beverage Inc., The Odom Corporation, Sound Beverage Distributors, Craig Stein Beverage and General Distributors, Inc., provides turn-key sales, marketing and distribution opportunities to craft and specialty beverage suppliers throughout the states of Alaska, Idaho, Oregon and Washington.
About Schilling Cider! Schilling Cider, which features three flavors in 12-ounce cans—Original, Ginger, and Oak Aged —with a 22-ounce bottled, seasonal Spiced Cider and a variety of experimental, draft-only offerings, is a craft cidery that believes in dangerously drinkable ciders that are full of flavor. Based in Seattle, Schilling Cider is committed to sustainability through the use of recyclable packaging materials and local ingredients. Their ciders are distributed in Northern ID, MN, OR and WA. For more information, see SchillingCider.com