BEST IN SHOW / GOLD MEDAL WINNER – 2018 GREAT LAKES INTERNATIONAL CIDER COMPETITION
Family lore has it that I really wasn’t much of a berry picker as a kid, but I remember things quite differently! Logans are generally one of the first berries of the season, and making this sweet, fruity cider floods me with memories of picking them behind where the farm store is today. Logans can’t be picked with a machine as they are too delicate and soft, and those attributes come out in the cider as a sweetness from start to finish.
ABV – 6%
Bauman Farms was first homesteaded in 1895 by Elizabeth Bauman and her teenage sons Stephen and Leo. In the early 1900’s, my Great Grandpa Stephen began making cider in the barn for family and neighbors alike. We try and use as much fruit from our farm as possible in our cider, and when we can’t we strive to source only local Northwest ingredients. Take a long sip and enjoy our continuing family tradition.