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Cider lovers rejoice! Ulee's Cider launches first ever 'light' cider! (Image: Ulee's Cider)

First and only light cider in America launches in PNW

Breaking news, and just in time for summer - America's first ever low calorie craft cider brand launched on June 14th! Oh, happy day!

Ulee's Light Cider launched in Fremont's Schilling's Cider House, and is designed to be heavy on the taste but light on the calories and good for your waistline! Hallelujah. Most ciders weigh in at about 150-250 for 12 ounces, but Ulee's only has 99 calories per 12 ounce serving!

There's nothing worse than enjoying a beverage and then looking at the nutrition facts and thinking, "MAN, I could have had a (insert guilty pleasure snack here) instead!" At least that's where my head is at *shoulder shrug.*

Here's what they are offering:

  • Ulee’s Light Cider Dry: light, refreshing with a pleasant apple nose, 4% alcohol, 99 calories per 12 oz.
  • Ulee’s Light Cider Citra: citrussy taste, subtle hoppy nose, 4.2% alcohol, 99 calories per 12 oz.

Yaaaay! Any booze news is good news, but this is great news. Drink on, friends!

Ulee’s Light Cider is the first and only light cider brand in America. Located in the the Northwest, all of Ulee's Light Ciders are created with 100% all natural ingredients from the Northwest. Their juice is fresh-pressed from Washington apples, never frozen, and then fermented, filtered and blended with Cascadia water. They are also vegan and naturally gluten-free. Ulee’s initial products are available on draft and in six packs of 12 oz cans and can be found at Flatstick Pub, Schilling Cider House, Company Store, Cloudburst Brewing, Busted Bikes Cafe, Roanoke Inn, Fiddler's Inn, Summit Public House, The Beer Junction, Salish Seas Brewing Co., Prost West Seattle, The Pine Box, Eurest Dining Services and Trenchers Kitchen & Tap., Schooner Exact Brewing Co., Chuck's Hop Shop, Hop and Hound, Hill Side Bar, Spotted Cow Coffee Co.


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