Sample the crisp taste of Granite Belt Cider
A new cider brand has sprung from the abundant landscape of Byron Bay. Granite Belt Cider Co combines the best apples from the region to make something immensely satisfying to the palette.
Byron Bay-based brewery Stone & Wood has entered the cider market in stellar fashion, coming forth with Treehouse Cider, the first drop from Stone & Wood’s cider branch, Granite Belt Cider Co. – a subsidiary of Stone & Wood through it’s alternative business hub. Granite Belt Cider Co. employs the supreme talents of cider maker Luke Rutland to create a fresh and crisp cider, made from crushed Granite Belt apples.
Treehouse Cider includes no added sugar, concentrates or artificial flavours, boasting a crisp aroma and a medium dry finish. The brand is working with orchardists and growers in the Granite Belt region, supporting farmers by using locally sourced apples exclusively. If you fancy a tipple of Granite Belt Cider Co’s Treehouse Cider, you can sample it at Archive Beer Boutique in West End or at The Farm in Byron Bay.
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