“Based in Denver, Stem Ciders makes a wide range of hard ciders including Lava Flow, a strawberry & pineapple explosion. Made from a blend of hibiscus tea, strawberry puree, and fresh pressed apple juice, the pineapple notes come from the blend of apple and citrus forward hibiscus.”
STEM IN THE MEDIA.
“Fruity and peppery in the semi-dry finish with a subtle trace of agave in the exhale, Paloma is festive, refreshing, and just plain fun”
“The growth of the company has of course included Stem’s staff — a cidery this large requires a large team to keep operations running smoothly. Across every department at Stem, you’ll find women rocking it in leadership and support roles, and we had the privilege of speaking with seven of them for our Women Making Waves series about their experiences at the company and in the beverage industry at large”
“Ready to step up your cider game for summer? Stem has you covered with this twist on a classic cocktail”.
“Hailing from Colorado, this raspberry cider from Stem Ciders shows off with luscious raspberry aromas and intense flavor. Made with fresh-pressed apples and finished with raspberry puree, it’s a great dry option for approachable, crisp refreshment. As an added bonus, it’s available year-round! | 6.7%
“Fresh pressed apple juice is aged for eight months in one of Laws’ casks, for a cider that is truly redolent with the aromas and flavors of oak and bourbon.”
Yep, you read that right — Now shipping fresh pressed Stem Ciders direct to 38 states in the US!
“It’s no surprise that The Northern Spy is so welcoming, comfy and well-appointed: it’s the third property in Stem’s restaurant portfolio, which also includes its original taproom and cidery in Denver’s RiNo district and the Acreage cider house, farm and restaurant in Lafayette, Colorado. Experiencing the results of this expertise — both in terms of hospitality and cider making — is an absolute pleasure, one definitely worth seeking out if you’re traveling to or passing through Durham.”
Emily Kovach, Cider Culture
David Duffy Joins Stem Ciders as Chief Commercial Officer
Long-time beer industry veteran David Duffy is leaving Brooklyn Brewery for Denver-based Stem Ciders.
Duffy, who spent the last three years as VP of business development for Brooklyn, will take the newly created role at the Colorado cider maker. He’ll be tasked with leading the company’s sales and marketing efforts.
Justin Kendall, Brewbound