Game Day Recipes With Woodchuck Gumption Cider

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Add to your game day repertoire with recipes made with Woodchuck Gumption Cider.

 

Woodchuck Gumption Cider

Fall is here which means that is officially football season. It is time to break out all your game day recipes for your football get-togethers. I am thrilled to share a couple of new recipes to add to your game day repertoire made with Woodchuck Gumption Cider.

Woodchuck Hard Cider is handcrafted and made in Vermont. They use the highest quality ingredients in small batches to ensure premium quality and taste. Woodchuck Hard Cider revived the American cider market in 1991 and currently leads the category with the innovative, crisp, refreshing hard cider.

Woodchuck Hard Cider has three seasonal varieties including; Summer Time, Fall Harvest, and Winter Chill. These varieties are only available during specific seasons. Woodchuck Hard Cider has a line of core varieties that provide a distinct and unique cider experience to please a variety of beverage connoisseurs. The Woodchuck Hard Cider core variety of flavors includes;

Amber

Hopsation

Gumption

Granny Smith

802

Raspberry

Pear

Local Nectar

Cluster Chuck

As you can see, there is a vast selection of hard cider flavors. My husband and I really enjoy the Woodchuck Gumption Hard Cider because it has a balanced and bold flavor with a slightly dry Apple finish. The apple flavor is tantalizing on the tongue and the carbonation provides just enough carbonation for the dry finish. It is a fantastic beverage addition to add to the game day celebration. Not only is Woodchuck Cider a terrific addition to the beverage station it is also a wonderful ingredient to include in game day recipes. Take a look at the Woodchuck Cider Pulled Pork recipe below:

Woodchuck Gumption Cider

Woodchuck Cider Pulled Pork

Ingredients

  • (2) 12 oz. bottles of Woodchuck Cider (We used Gumption!)
  • (1) 4-6 lb. Pork Shoulder (a little larger if bone-in)
  • (3) cups of your favorite BBQ Sauce

 

Recipe

Stick your pork shoulder into a slow cooker crock-pot, pour 1 1/2 bottles of your preferred Woodchuck Cider on top (go ahead and drink the other half!) and turn the cooker to low. Add 1/2 cup of BBQ sauce, and let sit for about eight (8) hours or overnight.

Once time is up, shred the pork and remove the bone. Add the remaining BBQ sauce and cook on low for one more hour, then let sit on the serve setting.

 

We suggest some shredded cheddar cheese sprinkled on top after scooping onto a toasted bun, and of course bring On a side of coleslaw and fries. Now grab a cold ‘Chuck and a remote, and GO TEAM GO!

Woodchuck Gumption Cider

You can also use Woodchuck Gumption Cider to make a refreshing ‘Gump Day’ Game Day Drink. The recipe is simple, quick and the delicious. Here’s the recipe for this refreshing game day drink.

Whether you’re looking to experience an additional layer of flavor in your cooking, or would like to include a larger variety of beverages for game day I recommend Woodchuck Hard Cider. To learn more about Woodchuck Cider and the varieties available visit the website.

 

Comments

  1. this recipe sounds good and easy to make

  2. Lisa Coomer Queen says:

    This looks delicious. I will have to try. Thanks for the great recipe!

  3. Oh I would love to try Hopsation! I am a hop head lol. I do enjoy a lot of the Woodchuck ciders but I have not heard of a few in the list! I will have to ask my liquor store guy to get more! Your recipe sounds SO good!

  4. Nice easy recipe! Thanks for sharing

  5. rochelle haynes says:

    Looking good like to try this

  6. This recipe looked so good, I am making this a little late for football. I am going to make it for the next hockey get together.. I thank you so much for the share.

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