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May 11, 2019

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Lost Giants Cider Company Celebrates 1 Year Anniversary In June in Bellingham, WA

Lost Giants Cider Company in Bellingham, WA announces their 1 year anniversary celebration taking place from 12:00 p.m. - 9:00 p.m. on June 15, 2019 at 1200 Meador Ave., Bellingham WA 98229. As part of the celebration, Lost Giants will be releasing some new and exciting ciders as well as re-releasing some special ciders that have been saved for this event. There will be food trucks available, yard games, raffles, music and special discounts on selected ciders and merchandise. Customers will have the opportunity to see the Lost Giants production area and talk with the owners about all things cider. “We are so humbled by the amazing amount of support we have received over the last year from our customers and local businesses. Our goal has been to help educate our community about cider, the cider making process and the abundance of our agricultural resources that Washington produces. We are very excited to celebrate this special day with our supporters,” says co-owner Chris Noskoff. Over the last 12 months, Lost Giants has produced 16 different ciders, including 3 collaborations with local breweries. They have also released 3 different cider styles in 6-Pack cans and 2 special bottle releases. Their very popular weekly Infusion Program has produced 47 different infusions using a wide variety of fruits, peppers, botanicals and spices. “As far as we know, we are one of the very few cideries in the country that has a weekly infusion program such as this,” says Noskoff. Every week they have a new infusion to offer to their customers and they rely on them to give back feedback as to what infusions work well and which ones that do not. This is one of the many ways they like to interact with the community and their customers.

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