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Gluten Free Craft Ciders

If you’re living a gluten-free lifestyle, finding a beer substitute for those weekend barbecues and get-togethers can be a challenge.  While there are some gluten-free beer options available, many people have turned to hard ciders as their beverage of choice. Luckily at Roche Bros., we carry a variety of hard ciders that taste great and are naturally gluten free! Head to our stores in Norton, Sudbury, Westwood, Marshfield, and Wellesley and choose from these great brands and more.

Harpoon Craft Cider

Harpoon Brewery takes freshly pressed apples and ferments them with their ale yeast to create a clean but refreshing hard cider with no artificial flavors, colors, or preservatives. Their Harpoon Craft Cider has a refreshing and crisp flavor, perfect for enjoying ice cold with some friends.

Angry Orchard

With many flavors to choose from, Angry Orchard Ciders have a flavor for everyone. If you’re new to the cider world, we suggest giving their Crisp Apple flavor a shot.  It’s crisp, as the name suggests, but also sweet with a fresh apple aroma and a ripe apple flavor that will soon become one of your favorites.

Woodchuck

Starting out in 1991 with just a two car garage and a 1940’s soda filler in Proctorsville Vermont, Woodchuck Hard Cider has grown to be a driving force in the cider industry.  With upwards of 10 varieties to choose from, their original flavor, Woodchuck Amber, is a time-tested favorite. A classic, expertly crafted cider with a medium body, golden hue, and refreshing clean apple finish, it’s still made with the original recipe.

Down East Cider House

Based right here in Massachusetts, Downeast Cider House is fully committed to using only fresh-pressed juices and pure, natural ingredients to create varieties of clean, crisp farm-fresh ciders that New Englanders know and love. Their original blend is made from freshly pressed New England apples like Red Delicious, McIntosh, Cortland, and Gala – never from concentrate or with artificial flavors or sweeteners.