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Reverend Nat's releases ¡Tepache! Mexican Pineapple Cider

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Cider is a misunderstood beverage by many, not the sweet and cloying one-note drink that many of us think it is, take for example Reverend Nat's Hard Cider's "Tepache". This cider isnt even made from apples, nor is it a fruit fermented or blended with apple juice, it is alcoholic Pineapple basically.
Perhaps if your from Mexico this is not news to you “Tepache is a traditional Mexican drink, frequently consumed out of a plastic baggie with a straw, sold by street vendors in Jalisco and throughout Mexico. Ours is made from fresh Costa Rican pineapples, pure Michoacan piloncillo sugar and a blend of three spices for a deep unique flavor,” said Nat West, founder of Reverend Nat's. “I drink mine with two parts Tepache, one part Dos Equis in a tall 20 ounce glass while I relax in my hammock.”
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What is Tepache?

Tepache is a traditional fermented Mexican beverage that is generally made from the rind and the peel of pineapples. Tepache is often mixed with beer.

I first encountered Tepache while working on my second book – Portland Beer Stories (FYI – You rad the Reverend Nast’s story in that book)

Reverend Nat’s Hard Cider is a Portland based cider company that makes a fantastic Tepache. FYI – You read the Reverend Nat’s Hard Cider story in their Portland Beer Stories chapter.

The Tepache that Reverend Nat makes is composed exclusively of pineapples sourced from his second cousin’s plantation in Costa Rica, piloncillo (a brown “sugar”) from the Mexican state of Michoacan, and a selection of spices.

Every year on May 5 AKA Cinco de Mayo Reverend Nat’s release bottles of this wonderful pineapple “cider.”

I always make sure get myself a few bottles and I have a blast mixing it with all kind of other beverages!

This year I was lucky enough to get a pre-release bottle of 2018 Reverend Nat’s Tepache!


What is Tepache?

Tepache is a traditional fermented Mexican beverage that is generally made from the rind and the peel of pineapples. Tepache is often mixed with beer.

I first encountered Tepache while working on my second book – Portland Beer Stories (FYI – You rad the Reverend Nast’s story in that book)

Reverend Nat’s Hard Cider is a Portland based cider company that makes a fantastic Tepache. FYI – You read the Reverend Nat’s Hard Cider story in their Portland Beer Stories chapter.

The Tepache that Reverend Nat makes is composed exclusively of pineapples sourced from his second cousin’s plantation in Costa Rica, piloncillo (a brown “sugar”) from the Mexican state of Michoacan, and a selection of spices.

Every year on May 5 AKA Cinco de Mayo Reverend Nat’s release bottles of this wonderful pineapple “cider.”

I always make sure get myself a few bottles and I have a blast mixing it with all kind of other beverages!

This year I was lucky enough to get a pre-release bottle of 2018 Reverend Nat’s Tepache!


What is Tepache?

Tepache is a traditional fermented Mexican beverage that is generally made from the rind and the peel of pineapples. Tepache is often mixed with beer.

I first encountered Tepache while working on my second book – Portland Beer Stories (FYI – You rad the Reverend Nast’s story in that book)

Reverend Nat’s Hard Cider is a Portland based cider company that makes a fantastic Tepache. FYI – You read the Reverend Nat’s Hard Cider story in their Portland Beer Stories chapter.

The Tepache that Reverend Nat makes is composed exclusively of pineapples sourced from his second cousin’s plantation in Costa Rica, piloncillo (a brown “sugar”) from the Mexican state of Michoacan, and a selection of spices.

Every year on May 5 AKA Cinco de Mayo Reverend Nat’s release bottles of this wonderful pineapple “cider.”

I always make sure get myself a few bottles and I have a blast mixing it with all kind of other beverages!

This year I was lucky enough to get a pre-release bottle of 2018 Reverend Nat’s Tepache!


What is Tepache?

Tepache is a traditional fermented Mexican beverage that is generally made from the rind and the peel of pineapples. Tepache is often mixed with beer.

I first encountered Tepache while working on my second book – Portland Beer Stories (FYI – You rad the Reverend Nast’s story in that book)

Reverend Nat’s Hard Cider is a Portland based cider company that makes a fantastic Tepache. FYI – You read the Reverend Nat’s Hard Cider story in their Portland Beer Stories chapter.

The Tepache that Reverend Nat makes is composed exclusively of pineapples sourced from his second cousin’s plantation in Costa Rica, piloncillo (a brown “sugar”) from the Mexican state of Michoacan, and a selection of spices.

Every year on May 5 AKA Cinco de Mayo Reverend Nat’s release bottles of this wonderful pineapple “cider.”

I always make sure get myself a few bottles and I have a blast mixing it with all kind of other beverages!

This year I was lucky enough to get a pre-release bottle of 2018 Reverend Nat’s Tepache!


What is Tepache?

Tepache is a traditional fermented Mexican beverage that is generally made from the rind and the peel of pineapples. Tepache is often mixed with beer.

I first encountered Tepache while working on my second book – Portland Beer Stories (FYI – You rad the Reverend Nast’s story in that book)

Reverend Nat’s Hard Cider is a Portland based cider company that makes a fantastic Tepache. FYI – You read the Reverend Nat’s Hard Cider story in their Portland Beer Stories chapter.

The Tepache that Reverend Nat makes is composed exclusively of pineapples sourced from his second cousin’s plantation in Costa Rica, piloncillo (a brown “sugar”) from the Mexican state of Michoacan, and a selection of spices.

Every year on May 5 AKA Cinco de Mayo Reverend Nat’s release bottles of this wonderful pineapple “cider.”

I always make sure get myself a few bottles and I have a blast mixing it with all kind of other beverages!

This year I was lucky enough to get a pre-release bottle of 2018 Reverend Nat’s Tepache!


What is Tepache?

Tepache is a traditional fermented Mexican beverage that is generally made from the rind and the peel of pineapples. Tepache is often mixed with beer.

I first encountered Tepache while working on my second book – Portland Beer Stories (FYI – You rad the Reverend Nast’s story in that book)

Reverend Nat’s Hard Cider is a Portland based cider company that makes a fantastic Tepache. FYI – You read the Reverend Nat’s Hard Cider story in their Portland Beer Stories chapter.

The Tepache that Reverend Nat makes is composed exclusively of pineapples sourced from his second cousin’s plantation in Costa Rica, piloncillo (a brown “sugar”) from the Mexican state of Michoacan, and a selection of spices.

Every year on May 5 AKA Cinco de Mayo Reverend Nat’s release bottles of this wonderful pineapple “cider.”

I always make sure get myself a few bottles and I have a blast mixing it with all kind of other beverages!

This year I was lucky enough to get a pre-release bottle of 2018 Reverend Nat’s Tepache!


What is Tepache?

Tepache is a traditional fermented Mexican beverage that is generally made from the rind and the peel of pineapples. Tepache is often mixed with beer.

I first encountered Tepache while working on my second book – Portland Beer Stories (FYI – You rad the Reverend Nast’s story in that book)

Reverend Nat’s Hard Cider is a Portland based cider company that makes a fantastic Tepache. FYI – You read the Reverend Nat’s Hard Cider story in their Portland Beer Stories chapter.

The Tepache that Reverend Nat makes is composed exclusively of pineapples sourced from his second cousin’s plantation in Costa Rica, piloncillo (a brown “sugar”) from the Mexican state of Michoacan, and a selection of spices.

Every year on May 5 AKA Cinco de Mayo Reverend Nat’s release bottles of this wonderful pineapple “cider.”

I always make sure get myself a few bottles and I have a blast mixing it with all kind of other beverages!

This year I was lucky enough to get a pre-release bottle of 2018 Reverend Nat’s Tepache!


What is Tepache?

Tepache is a traditional fermented Mexican beverage that is generally made from the rind and the peel of pineapples. Tepache is often mixed with beer.

I first encountered Tepache while working on my second book – Portland Beer Stories (FYI – You rad the Reverend Nast’s story in that book)

Reverend Nat’s Hard Cider is a Portland based cider company that makes a fantastic Tepache. FYI – You read the Reverend Nat’s Hard Cider story in their Portland Beer Stories chapter.

The Tepache that Reverend Nat makes is composed exclusively of pineapples sourced from his second cousin’s plantation in Costa Rica, piloncillo (a brown “sugar”) from the Mexican state of Michoacan, and a selection of spices.

Every year on May 5 AKA Cinco de Mayo Reverend Nat’s release bottles of this wonderful pineapple “cider.”

I always make sure get myself a few bottles and I have a blast mixing it with all kind of other beverages!

This year I was lucky enough to get a pre-release bottle of 2018 Reverend Nat’s Tepache!


What is Tepache?

Tepache is a traditional fermented Mexican beverage that is generally made from the rind and the peel of pineapples. Tepache is often mixed with beer.

I first encountered Tepache while working on my second book – Portland Beer Stories (FYI – You rad the Reverend Nast’s story in that book)

Reverend Nat’s Hard Cider is a Portland based cider company that makes a fantastic Tepache. FYI – You read the Reverend Nat’s Hard Cider story in their Portland Beer Stories chapter.

The Tepache that Reverend Nat makes is composed exclusively of pineapples sourced from his second cousin’s plantation in Costa Rica, piloncillo (a brown “sugar”) from the Mexican state of Michoacan, and a selection of spices.

Every year on May 5 AKA Cinco de Mayo Reverend Nat’s release bottles of this wonderful pineapple “cider.”

I always make sure get myself a few bottles and I have a blast mixing it with all kind of other beverages!

This year I was lucky enough to get a pre-release bottle of 2018 Reverend Nat’s Tepache!


What is Tepache?

Tepache is a traditional fermented Mexican beverage that is generally made from the rind and the peel of pineapples. Tepache is often mixed with beer.

I first encountered Tepache while working on my second book – Portland Beer Stories (FYI – You rad the Reverend Nast’s story in that book)

Reverend Nat’s Hard Cider is a Portland based cider company that makes a fantastic Tepache. FYI – You read the Reverend Nat’s Hard Cider story in their Portland Beer Stories chapter.

The Tepache that Reverend Nat makes is composed exclusively of pineapples sourced from his second cousin’s plantation in Costa Rica, piloncillo (a brown “sugar”) from the Mexican state of Michoacan, and a selection of spices.

Every year on May 5 AKA Cinco de Mayo Reverend Nat’s release bottles of this wonderful pineapple “cider.”

I always make sure get myself a few bottles and I have a blast mixing it with all kind of other beverages!

This year I was lucky enough to get a pre-release bottle of 2018 Reverend Nat’s Tepache!


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