The origins of Cider Corps can be found in Afghanistan’s Sangin Valley, where co-owner Jason Duren served with the US Marine Corps. Jason was there when numerous IED explosions caused him to experience two catastrophic brain injuries. Jason had a protracted journey to healing and medical retirement when he got home. Josh, his brother, proposed that they start pressing cider. It was a pastime that required focus, rituals, and problem-solving. And, of course, they have always ended up with something good to drink. Even though those first batches of cider were far from drinkable, Jason had a good feeling about the procedure. With time, Jason created his distinctive methods for producing ciders that he and Josh were pleased to consume and share. Significant figures in Arizona’s food and beverage industries soon became interested in the brothers’ methods and their ciders, and they urged them to transform their passion into a business.
Cider Corps’ menu is filled with alcoholic beverages, but the Peach Camouflage Soda is one of a kind. It’s a non-alcohol drink made with housemade soda, peach, ginger, and lime. Cider Corps works closely with purveyors to ensure that they acquire the unique fruit and botanical components needed to make the ciders.
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