We handcrafted this cider with natural orchard apples
from the Styrian hills and took them
on the English Ale yeast ride of their life.
Then we added a generous twist of American West Coast Chinook and Centennial hops, and bang, our Wild Tree Hoppy Cider was born.
Top notes of bright citrus and tropical fruits are followed
by a refreshing full taste and well balanced bitterness.
Nothing screams ”This is summer“ like fresh cucumber. Add a hint of elderflower and you‘ve got yourself a perfect lazy day combo.
We infused this cider with freshly picked blossoms of Styrian elder bushes, fermented cucumber juice from Seewinkel and a twist of Lemon Drop hops, which adds notes of green tea, citrus, mint and melon.
Exotic fruits from the Orangerie at Schönbrunn Palace inspired us to go full lemon with this seasonal.
The aromatic zest and albedo of Kafﬁr Lime, Bergamot, Meyer Lemon and Buddha’s Hand Citron, to name a few, were fermented with fresh pressed wild orchard apple juice.
We topped off this brew with Hopsteiner’s experimental Lemon Drop hops for additional notes of melon, mint and green tea.
When winter first begins to bite and stones crack in the frosty night,
it’s time to bundle up and enjoy the warmth of seasonal spices.
An infusion of homemade baked apples with notes of cinnamon,
nutmeg and cardamom make this hopped cider your perfect companion
for festive meals and cold winter nights.
Say hello to a refreshing twist of our beloved hopped cider!
With a generous shot of pure ginger juice and some tasty honey we bought from a grumpy old beekeeper, this farmhouse style cider will make your day, even if it’s a rainy day.
Savor the citrusy top notes and the balanced bitterness of West Coast Aroma Hops.
Jo is short for Johannisbeere, which is the German name for black currant or cassis.
We happen to know where to get really good Styrian cassis, and we were curious to see how it would pair with our hopped cider.
Turns out: really well – and even better with a dash of fresh quince.
So there you have it: a limited edition full of fruity sunshine, perfect for your summer sundowner!
OMG stands for OAK, MOSAIC & GOLDING and is also a hint at the unexpected strength
of this Imperial-style cider.
Say what you want about the looks of wild tree apples,
but we love the sensory depth and complexity that these old varieties offer.
The character of slow, cold fermentation is topped off with notes of American Oak, Mosaic and Golding hops.