Here’s our guide to pairing Farm Stand Hard Ciders with each Thanksgiving food course:
Ciders for Thanksgiving Appetizers
For pre-dinner charcuterie boards and deviled eggs.
Start with something bubbly and light that pairs nicely with hors d’oeuvres before the big meal. This light cider is a crisp and spunky quencher.
Ciders for Thanksgiving Salads
For hashtag balance.
Move to something with a funky kick that pairs well with greens. This cider has flavors of apples, citrus, and cone hops and is better at the beginning of the meal.
Ciders for Thanksgiving Sides
For something sweet alongside cornbread stuffing, mashed potatoes, and green bean casserole.
Orange Cranberry Cider
Cleanse your palate with something juicy. This cider is composed of tart cranberries, juicy oranges, and crisp apples. It pairs well with savory dishes with salt and herbs.
Ciders for Thanksgiving’s Sweet Sides
For cranberry sauce and sweet potato dishes.
Porch Sittin’ Cinnamon
Taste alongside something sweet. This cider has notes of cinnamon and vanilla.
Ciders for Thanksgiving’s Main Course
For turkey or an alternative like a veggie roast.
Crack open the cider that started it all. This cider is made from Michigan apples, with a bright and bubbly classic taste.
Ciders for Thanksgiving Dessert
For pumpkin pie, apple streusel, and ice cream.
Caramel Apple Cider
Pair with something sweet, but not too heavy. This cider works well with pumpkin or apple pie that’s been piled high with vanilla ice cream.
Whatever you’re craving this Thanksgiving, we’ve got the perfect hard cider pairings for you. Farm Stand ciders and seltzers are available for purchase throughout Michigan. Follow us on Facebook and Instagram to stay up to date on the latest from Farm Stand Cider.