In another meat meets cider adventure as we try Moses Family Jerky and Potter’s Craft Cider Beautiful Island.
In an effort to bolster the flavor alignment, we focused on the spicier offerings from Moses. What happens when tropical cider flavors meet the spicy, beefy flavors? Check out the video.
Want to know more? Let’s learn more about each company in their own words.
From Moses: “Moses Family Jerky was started in 2013 with the goal of bringing a disruptively fresh and tender beef jerky to the consumer. At the time that meant farmer’s markets in the York County, PA area. We have now expanded to include farmer’s markets from York, PA to Crofton, MD. As well as grocery stores and gas stations from Philadelphia, PA to Baltimore, MD. We’re bringing you a fresh product that you can take anywhere!
USDA approved meat marinated for multiple days then smoked slow producing a one of a kind product from the Snack Food Capital of the WorldFresh Beef Jerky- High Quality, Lean, Mind Blowing 30g of Protein per Pack, No Nitrites or MSG (except that which naturally occurs in soy sauce and celery) – Minimally Processed”
From Potters: “Our story is the story of two friends, Tim Edmond and Dan Potter. The short version is that we are college buddies who shared a love of homebrewing beer, which chance and good fortune transformed into a passion for craft cider. Our path to cidermaking was roundabout, but cider embodied the perfect confluence of our interests in agriculture, fermentation, and experimentation. Our journeys and backgrounds have given us unique perspectives that influence our approach to cidermaking, from the apples that we use to the way that we choose to do business. We continue to be excited by the sense of what is undiscovered – there are still so many apple varieties and styles of ciders to explore. We’ve had a lot of help along the way, including strong support from family, friends, and the Charlottesville community, for which we are deeply appreciative.”
Beautiful Island: A cider with guava, sour plum and sea salt. This cider is inspired by Taiwanese street food, fresh guava with sour plum powder. 6.9% ABV