Kurant Cider co-owner and head cidermaker, Joe Getz’s business is expanding, just after one year into producing cider commercially in the eastern region of Pennsylvania outside of Philadelphia. Besides making cider at Kurant, Joe is also the Vice President of the Pennsylvania Cider Guild, the commonwealth’s organizing body for cider producers and apple growers in PA.
In this chat, Joe and I discuss his ciders and why he calls them untypical American style ciders. We also look at the upward movement of cider in one of the largest state in the Union.
Kurant has moved around a bit finding a home from one brewery to another. A new move to Perkasie, Pennsylvania into Free-Will Brewing Company is the newest location.
In 2016, Kurant is looking to ferment 1500-2000 gallons of cider. They source local juice and are able to make cider year-round. Find their cider on draft.
Kurant Ciders, currently being offered on draft at many great bars in Philadelphia
- Daily 5.5%
- Earth 5.5%
- Bees 5.5%
- Tropic 5.5%
- Farm 5.5%
- Cafe’ 3.5%
- Spice 5.5%
Contact Kurant Cider by going to http://www.kurantcider.com/contact/
Follow Kurant via:
- Twitter: @KurantCider
- Instagram: @KurantCider
- Facebook: /kurantcider
- Looking for Pennsylvania Cider?
Look at the Pennsylvania Cider Guild website
Joe mentioned http://www.rowanasherwinery.com/ Though I did not find anything directly on their website. I expect if you contact them directly they can help.
Businesses mentioned in this chat:
ReAnimatro Coffee in Philidelphia, Pennsylvania
Anthem Cider, Oregon
Millstone Cider, Maryland
Ace Cider, California
Maui Cider Company, Maui
Teresa’s Cafe – Wayne Pennsylvania that Joe mentioned has a good selection of cider taps.
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