Stem Ciders News

Six MORE Colorado Beers to Ring in the New Year from Molly’s Spirits: PorchDrinking

Real Dry at Store

“Speaking of champagne like hybrids. As a bonus, we’ve included Stem Ciders’ flagship cider, Real Dry. Not only is it dry and bubbly like a champagne, but it also features zero grams of sugar, which means you can get your January started off with less guilt while also still technically adhering to “Dry January”‘.

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Ghost Box Pizza Coming to Downtown Lafayette: Travel Boulder

Pizza in Pan

“Downtown Lafayette is getting a new pizza joint: Ghost Box Pizza, from the team behind Acreage by Stem Ciders, is opening this winter at 103 S. Public Road…“Loosely based on Ghost Box Pizza’s origin as a ghost kitchen out of Acreage, the name came to me immediately when creating the brand’s own personality to fly down to its new home in downtown Lafayette,” said Courtney O’Rourke, vice president of marketing.”‘

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A Dish-by-Dish Cider Pairing Guide for Thanksgiving Dinner: Cider Culture

Table setting

“Mild Veggies & Quaffable Perry

This aroma-centric beverage complements lighter sides, like green beans and corn pudding. Light, bubbly perry has pleasant mild tartness, some sweetness and an intoxicating perfume. Keep the pairings for this one delicate, so the perry can really shine.”

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Dining Buzz: Ghost Box Pizza Coming to Lafayette: Daily Camera


“A new eatery from the team behind Acreage and Stem Ciders, Ghost Box Pizza, 103 S. Public Road, Lafayette, is slated to open in December. The name doesn’t stem from the supernatural, but is instead a reference to this spot’s origin as a “ghost kitchen” operating out of the Acreage venue.”

Read more at Daily Camera

30+ Thanksgiving Menus, Meal Kits and More To Keep You Cozy for the Holiday: 303 Magazine

Thanksgiving Feast

“Acreage by Stem Ciders presents a Thanksgiving Take-Home Meal Kit. The meal-kit feeds four with roasted turkey breast, potatoes au gratin, green beans and a pumpkin pie for $200. You can also add on ciders for an extra fee.”

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Your 2021 Guide to Thanksgiving Dinner on the Front Range: 5280 Magazine

Thanksgiving Feast

“This Thanksgiving, keep the stress out of your kitchen and leave the cooking to the pros. The top chefs behind the best restaurants on the Front Range are preparing traditional turkey feasts, as well as their own culinary takes on the classics.”

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Acreage by Stem Ciders Shoots for Record-Setting Cider Pour: Daily Camera

Construction Site - Digger Truck

“Take a poncho and snorkel goggles, a fire truck with a 100-foot ladder and a lot of cider — 15.5 gallons to be precise — with folks 21 years of age and older (sorry, kids) and what you have is a world record attempt for the longest cider pour. That’s what approximately 40 people signed up for Friday night outside Acreage by Stem Ciders in Lafayette.”

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What To Do When There’s Nothing To Do: Boulder Weekly


“Stem Ciders will be attempting the world’s longest cider pour from atop a 100-foot extended fire truck ladder. Cider fans can try their hand at capturing as much cider as possible in a standard pint glass. The contestant who captures the most cider by the end of the event will take home a free case of cider every month for a year. There’ll even be candy for the kiddos.”

Read more at Boulder Weekly

The Best Food and Drink Events in Denver This Week, October 27-November 2: Westword


“Head to Lafayette to see Stem Ciders attempt the world’s longest cider pour. The event is open to spectators, but you can also sign up to try and catch the most cider in your glass as it’s poured from an extended fire-truck ladder approximately 100 feet overhead. The person who catches the most will win a free case of cider for a year.”

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The Best Outdoor Dining Rooms for Cold Nights in Denver: The Denver Post

Acreage Outdoor Patio

“The hilltop restaurant and cider house from local Stem Ciders provides gorgeous views over the Front Range and plenty of seating inside and out to take them in. If you go, try the Banjo special release this season. It’s a dry cider and collaboration with Denver’s Laws Whiskey House, aged for eight months in whiskey casks for a caramel, woody flavor.”

Read more at The Denver Post