Brown Snout (750ml Bottle)
Bauman Farms, located in Gervais, Oregon, was first homesteaded in 1895 by Elizabeth Bauman and her teenage sons Stephen and Leo. In the early 1900s, my Great-grandpa Stephen began making cider in the barn for family and neighbours alike.
In the early to mid-1900s, Great-grandpa Stephen had perfected the method for making hard cider in the barn using the traditional method of fermenting apples in barrels.
Upon learning of my family’s history of producing hard cider, and armed with a degree in biochemistry from Lewis & Clark University, I became determined to revive my Great-grandpa Stephen’s tradition of making hard cider while at the same time utilising modern scientific cidermaking methods to bring this unique family beverage into today’s marketplace.
Here at Bauman’s Cider, we strive to provide you with the best local ingredients the Pacific Northwest has to offer. We strive to innovate continually and provide you with a cider to be proud of. Here are some of the awards we are lucky to have received over the last few years.
– Christine Walter, 5th Generation Farmer and Head Cidermaker
Great Lakes International Cider & Perry Competition
2022 Midsize Cidery of the Year
2021 Small Cidery of the Year
Portland International Cider Cup
2021, 2022 Medium Cidery of the Year
2019 Small Cidery of the Year
Best of the Year in Oregon Beer & Cider Awards
2022 Cidery of the Year
Brown Snout (ABV 6.9%) – Brown Snout is an English cider apple that is high in tannins but moderate in acids. We allowed these beautiful apples to spontaneously ferment, and the combined effect of the wild yeasts with the high tannins and sugars bring a wonderful caramel richness.
Tasting Notes: Notes of honey, molasses, tart green apple and dates. Rich caramel aroma.
Platinum Medal: SIP Magazine Best of the Northwest
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