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Sycamore Brewing launches cider beverages

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Sycamore Brewing, a family-owned brewery based in North Carolina, has expanded its offerings.

The brand has released its new Wild Blossom Cider, which includes a rosé and brut, that will be available in four-pack and 16-oz. cans.

Each of the ciders is crafted from Pacific Northwest juice and fermented with champagne yeast to achieve a crisp, dry and refreshing finish, the company said.

The rosé is created with peaches and cranberries for a pink color, sweetness and champagne taste. Both of the ciders are all-natural and sulfite-free, the company said.

Both beverages are now available for purchase wherever Sycamore Brewing products can be found.

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Moe’s Southwest Grill intros nationwide salsa line

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Moe’s Southwest Grill is diving into a whole new game.

The Atlanta-based company announced that it will launch three new salsa products at grocery stores nationwide.

“At Moe’s Southwest Grill, our culinary team takes our salsas very seriously — in our restaurants we offer several different seasonal flavors, some made with the world’s hottest peppers like Carolina Reaper and Ghost Pepper,” Bruce Schroder, president of Moe’s Southwest Grill, said. “Naturally, the next step was to bring our delicious salsas to grocery stores so our fans can enjoy Moe’s salsas anywhere, at any time.”

Inspired by southwestern flavors and salsa, each of the three new products is made with seasonal peppers, all-natural tomatoes, cilantro, onions, garlic and lime juice.

The brand’s new launches include:

  • Moe’s Mild Salsa, which contains smoky ancho and dark chili flavors;
  • Moe’s Medium Salsa, which is made with cayenne pepper; and
  • Moe’s Hot Salsa, which has habanero flavor.

“Since the brand was launched in 2000, Moe’s Southwest Grill has created a loyal fan base that love our brand personality and products,” Dave Mikita, senior vice president and president of global channels, said. “Moe’s continues to be focused on launching additional products inspired by the southwest in the grocery channel for our fans to enjoy at home.”

Each of the salsas are available for purchase at such retailers as Publix, Price Chopper, ShopRite, Tops, Buehler’s, Dave’s Market and Heinen’s. All three products are certified gluten-free and carry a suggested retail price of $3.99.

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Shiner brings new brews to shelves

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Spoetzl Brewery, one of the oldest craft breweries in Texas has unveiled the latest additions to its portfolio.

The Shiner Wicked Juicy IPA and Shiner Day Quencher Session Ale will be joining the brand’s lineup with their unique flavors.

The Wicked Juicy IPA is dry hopped, unfiltered and contains Citra hops, with a burst a citrus flavor. It also has 5.7% ABV, 60 IBUs and comes in 12-oz. and 19.2-oz. cans.

On the other hand, the Day Quencher features a dry hopped ale that’s brewed in Mosaics for a fruity aroma. It contains notes of citrus, yellow flowers and soft pine, and an ABV of 4.6%. Available in 12-oz. and 19.2-oz. options, the beverage also has 18 IBUs, the company said.

“Both beer styles are very much on trend and experiencing record category growth,” Gregor Mina, director of marketing for Spoetzl Brewery, said. “It’s exciting to expand our portfolio with new variants to showcase the true craftsmanship of Shiner while complementing our core beers that have been fan-favorites for decades.”

The beverages will be supported by television advertisments that will run from August to October on local and sports channels in Texas. Further information can be fouond on the company’s website.

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