Millstone Cellars Cobbler
Known for their unique take on the category, Millstone hand-presses and barrel-ages “rustic” farmhouse ciders more commonly found in Europe. Cobbler takes this effort a step further -- after aging in casks, it’s blended with bourbon barrel-aged peach wine. You’ll surely taste that, but expect some vanilla from the barrel, too.
B. Nektar Meadery Zombie Killer
The cider that’s way more delicious than a crossbow arrow. B. Nektar Meadery makes, well, mead, but Zombie Killer gets its base cider mixed with honey and tart cherry juice, to live up to the name.