“Your apple a day just got more interesting.” So says Seattle’s Schilling Cider & Co., the young cidery led by Colin Schilling and supported by their new Cider House that opened last month in the city’s Fremont neighborhood. The second cider bar to open in Seattle (Capitol Cider in the Capitol Hill neighborhood opened in fall 2012), Schilling Cider boasts 32 rotating cider taps for growler fills, pints and tasting flights, at least 1 nitro cider always available and more than 200 craft ciders in their cooler to open sans corkage fee or take for the road. Several of the taps are reserved for their ambitious house ciders, with most flavors reaching far from just apple, including a current handle being the Schilling Grapefruit Cider. The nose sports aromas of obvious grapefruit, lemon zest, white grapes and juicy tart apples and the palate mimics, finishing easy, light and tart. If at the Cider House, order this through an herbal Randall for an extra fusion of flavor.

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