STEM IN THE MEDIA.

Westword: Two Top Colorado Chefs Help Launch Stem Ciders’ New Farmhouse Restaurant

“Last year, Foster and Kao purchased several acres of land in Lafayette and broke ground on Acreage this past January. What Google Maps doesn’t show is that the new facility is nearly complete; Stem expects to open in January with a taproom and wood-fired restaurant conceptualized by two of Boulder and Denver’s top chefs”…

Mark Antonation – Westword

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BusinessDen: Cidery picks out funding for $7M Lafayette facility

Stem Ciders has found just the right fertilizer for its $7 million cidery to take root in Lafayette.”

Kailyn Lamb – BusinessDen

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Zagat: 20 Things to Eat and Drink This Summer in Denver

“Wine slushies, Cotton Candy Cones, Rooftop Dim Sum and All”

Ruth Tobias – Zagat Denver

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ODD13’s Altered Egos Podcast: Stem Ciders

“This week we welcome Stem Ciders into the studio. It was a lot of people in studio and it got about as off track as you’d expect. Johnny Appleseed and Viggo Mortensen are discussed.” 

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Along Came a Cider: #PickCider Review Stem Ciders’ Pear Apple Cider

“This is my first review of a anything by Stem Ciders. They are based out of Denver, Colorado and have operated since the start of 2014. I first ran across their beverages at Cider Summit Chicago 2017. I was pleased to stay in touch and get a few review samples this month.”

Meredith Collins – Along Came A Cider

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Craft Beer & Brewing Magazine: Creative Cidermakers: Taking a Page from the Craft Beer Story

“In the spirit of craft, today’s creative makers are looking both to history and to the playbook developed by craft-beer brewers to make unique and exciting ciders.”

Emily Hutto – Craft Beer & Brewing Magazine

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Food Insider Journal: Almonds in The Rockies: Innovation in Food, Beverages

“This is how real cider should taste—dry and crisp, not sweet and sappy. Can’t wait for Stem to hit retail shelves in Arizona sometime soon.”

Editor’s note – Food Insider Journal

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PorchDrinking: The PorchCast | Episode 37 Colorado Cider Week

“For episode 37 of The PorchCast, Tristan, Hunter and Sam were joined by Eric Foster and Ryan Means of Stem Ciders, Brad Page and Xandy Bustamante from Colorado Cider Company and Eric Hatlestad of C Squared Ciders at The Pint Room in Littleton, CO to talk about Cider Week Colorado as well as the state of the Colorado Cider industry.”

Tristan Chan – PorchDrinking

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Elevation Outdoors: BOOZAPALOOZA

“Overall winner – Stem Ciders. That’s right, cider came out on top with our readers. That should not come as a huge surprise, though, since cider is the hot new drink in the state and as producers gain more fans, they continue to find innovative new ways to differentiate their offerings.”

Doug Schnitzspahn – Elevation Outdoors

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Cider Culture: 2017 GLINTCAP Best in Class Award Winners Announced

“The annual Great Lakes International Cider and Perry competition (GLINTCAP) just concluded after four days and many hours of organizing, tasting and judging. Held at the Courtyard in Grand Rapids, Michigan, the competition featured ciders made by commercial producers and amateur cider makers. This year saw 1,206 total entries (963 commercial and 243 noncommercial) and the results are in for numerous categories.”
Jason Tremblay – Cider Culture

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