Stem Ciders News

Dining Buzz: Daily Camera

Pizza in Pan

“Ghost Box Pizza, 103 S. Public Road, is having its grand opening event from 4-8 p.m. March 28 at its Lafayette location.

Festivities include pizza, drink specials, a DJ, prizes and more. This newly minted eatery originated at Acreage Cider House as a pop-up pizza spot, which also served as a test bed for Ghost Box’s Detroit-style pie recipes.”

Read more at Daily Camera

9 New Restaurants Worth Visiting in Broomfield, Westminster, and Lafayette: 5280 Magazine

Pizza and Salads

Ghost Box Pizza began as a ghost kitchen concept out of Acreage by Stem Ciders during the height of the pandemic, but the cheesy-crusted pies were so beloved that Ghost Box opened its own brick-and-mortar in downtown Lafayette.”

Read more at 5280 Magazine

Stem Ciders Gets Into the Pizza Game With Ghost Box in Lafayette: Westword

2 Pizzas

“On December 20, 2021, a new contender opened at 103 South Public Road in Lafayette: Ghost Box Pizza. But the only spooky thing about this new restaurant from the Stem Ciders team is how it haunts your pizza dreams long after you’ve finished its Detroit-style pies.”

Read more at Westword

Celebrate National Pizza Day at Ghost Box: Fox31 News

Margherita Closeup

“Ghost Box is downtown Lafayette’s newest pizza joint from the team behind Acreage and Stem Ciders. Ghost Box recently opened in December or 2020 right in the thick of the pandemic. It was born out of a “ghost kitchen” at Acreage when the team started making pizzas.”

Read more at Fox31 News

A Denver Foodie’s Valentine’s Day Gift Guide: 303 Magazine

Raspberry Cider

“For those Denverites that you know would love a booze bundle, these local sips are sure to satisfy. Stem Ciders’ Raspberry Apple Cider ($8.99 for four-pack) is the perfect balance of tartness from the use of raspberry puree and apple cider base. The result is a beautifully dry, tannin-forward cider that gives just enough pucker to complement its crisp dry finish”.

Read more at 303 Magazine

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”‘.

Read more at PorchDrinking

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.”‘

Read more at Travel Boulder

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.”

Read more at 303 Magazine