GoodRoad CiderWorks Wins 6 Medals at International Competition

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GoodRoad CiderWorks Wins 6 Medals at International Competition

– Newtown Pippin Takes Gold –

May 30, 2018 – Charlotte, NC: Charlotte-based craft cidery, GoodRoad CiderWorks won 6 medals at the Great Lakes International Cider and Perry Competition (GLINTCAP) held in Grand Rapids, MI on May 17 – 18. GLINTCAP is the world’s largest cider competition and this year had over 1,400 entries.

 

GoodRoad won a Gold Medal for their Newtown Pippin Single Varietal Dry cider; 2 Silver medals for Ty’s Blend dry cider and Blue Byway (blueberry) and 3 bronze medals for New England Heritage dry, Waymaker (ginger) and Going Down…..Under (dry-hopped).

 

Founder and Head Cider Maker at GoodRoad, Brian Beauchemin said, “Although we make a mix of both traditional and modern ciders, I’m a traditionalist at heart which makes me extremely proud that our flagship Newtown Pippin won a gold medal and our New England Heritage won bronze. With that said, I’m thrilled that a wide variety of our ciders scored well in the competition. The craft cider market continues to grow in Charlotte and we’re excited to be a part of it!”

 

GoodRoad CiderWorks is known for making traditional dry ciders as well as modern takes on a range of different cider styles. They are located at 117 Southside Dr. in the lower South End (LoSo) area of Charlotte. More information about their ciders & meads as well as directions to their tap room can be found at goodroadciderworks.com.