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The California Cider Company was founded in Graton, California in 1993.

Ace CiderThe ACE brands are ACE APPLE, ACE PERRY, ACE APPLE HONEY, ACE BERRY, ACE JOKER, ACE PUMPKIN, ACE PINEAPPLE, ACE BLACKJACK 21 and SPACE. The ciders range from the dry JOKER to the sweeter ACE BERRY and the champagne-like BLACKJACK 21 made with all local Sonoma apples. SPACE is a bloody orange mimosa at 6.9%abv. ACE Ciders are available in 46 states, go to acecider.com for more details.

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Cindy
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10 May 2017 12:39:02 PM PST
Just bought Ace Pineapple Cider a few days ago before reading this article. I would highly recommend. It may be a bit sweet for some tastes but I prefer it over other brands of apple cider for sure (I have not tried any other flavors of Ace brand).




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