2 Towns Ciderhouse

Just a few feet from Mazama Brewing is 2 Towns Ciderhouse, conveniently enough, but since we’d spent longer than expected at Mazama we only had time for one of the wild cider flights they were offering as a Corvallis Beer Week special. They had something like twenty ciders available, and most of them sounded pretty cool. Only got to try four, though. I’ll definitely have to re-visit 2 Towns next I’m down there. I’ve seen a few of their ciders here in Seattle so I’ll be able to add a few to the list (e.g. their Rhubarbarian), but none of it’s the really interesting stuff.

wild cider flight at 2 Towns

2 Towns Ciderhouse — Corvallis, OR

    Rob’s Picks

  • Newtown Pippen Sour – 6.9% – Very slightly sour with sweet apple balance. Easy drinking.
  • Cidre Bouché – 6.5% – Barrel aroma. Dry apple with a bit of sweetness. Slight funk and alcohol edge. Very interesting.
    The Rest

  • Afton Field Farm – 6% – Funky apple. Dry, with unfiltered mouthfeel.
  • Marionberry Sour – 6.9% – Berry flavor with sour/funky edge and a bit of sweetness.
  • Rhubarbarian – 6% – Very light, but good rhubarb tang over the apple. Bit of dryness. A little too light on the tongue for me.

And thus concludes the brewery and ciderhouse visits on my September 2014 Corvallis trip. Maybe next time I’ll take a couple more days and hang out in Portland, too. Bend would also be great. And Hood River. The coast would be nice, as well. Hmm, maybe two weeks would be better. Or three.

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  1. Awesome! Thanks for sharing. I think my favorite 2 Towns variety so far is The Bad Apple.

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