Nine Pin Cider prides itself on being a local hard cider company that has dedicated to using 100% New York-grown apples and fruits from the Capital Region and Hudson Valley to make their ciders. They have made a delicious raspberry cider and a special homemade melba sauce.

What is Nine Pin's Raspberry Cider Made From?

According to Nine Pin's Facebook page, their mid-winter season release of Nine Pin Raspberry is made from a blend of "early apple varieties". It's co-fermented with late-season New York raspberries. It becomes a classic New York hard cider with delicious red raspberry notes and beautiful red color. It is tart but balanced. This is the perfect Valentine's cider.

You can pick up the bottles in their tasting room or you can preorder and pick them up on

There is a Special Pairing Available Too

Nine Pin Cider is also celebrating the Raspberry Cider release by offering their special homemade melba sauce. You can get an order of mozzarella sticks, gluten-free available as well, with a side of their melba sauce and a glass of their Nine Pin Raspberry Cider on tap. This pairing is only available until February 2nd.

What Other Fruit Ciders Does Nine Pin Have?

Nine Pin has a few more fruit varieties that they have made. Keep in mind that they use all New York fruits in their ciders. They have made Blueberry Cider, a Cranberry Cider, Strawberry Cider, Blueberry Peach Cobbler Cider, and now Raspberry. They are all seasonal varieties available at different times of the year.

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