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We met Kari Williams, the owner and brand manager of Colorado-based Snow Capped Cider in 2017 at The Pressed Conference in Denver. Last year we also met her husband Ty at the Great Lakes International Cider and Perry Competition (GLINTCAP), where their cidery was awarded several medals, including a silver medal for 6130′ Dry, a Colorado heirloom blend, and a bronze medal for Colorado Peach (which happens to be one of our favorite peach ciders).
This family-owned cidery has been in the fruit-packing business in Cedaredge, CO for more than 100 years and has mastered the art of growing fruit at a high elevation. We’re talking over 6,000 feet! In 2014, Snow Capped Cider was started as a way to use the surplus from the orchards. We are excited to share more of Snow Capped Cider’s story through this Cidermaker Q&A.
Read more about our conversation with Kari here: Cidermaker Q&A: Snow Capped Cider