Before prohibition, cider was the drink of choice for the American working man. Every sensible farmer with a few trees would have his own home fermented cider, it was only natural.
In England, cider never lost its stature as a staple libation. The diversity and quality of English ciders is well-known to the traveling tippler.
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The legacy of Alesatian flows from the mountains and farms of the Alsace-Lorraine region of France, along the German border, where tastes emerge from a bold mix of cultures and traditions. It is the ancestral homeland of the Ritenour family of Stephens City Virginia, brewers of Alesatian. Much has changed in Europe since the Ritenours lived there in the 1500’s, Read more...