This cider is 100% funk! A half and half mix of both apples and pears with no additives.
Salty, funky notes from the pears being left to ferment on flor. A big hit for both cider lovers and sour beer fans!
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After many years in the restaurant business as runners, dishwashers, waiters, managers and sommeliers we decided to start our own company to spread the word about good produce and especially what we knew the most about, beverages. With the intention of building up a bigger and more long lasting knowledge of natural and more sustainable products we began to import natural wines in 2014 from friends all over Europe. At the same time we wanted to produce something ourselves and the creation of FRUKTSTEREO was a fact. First year (2016) we produced everything at Hällåkra Vingård, 30 km outside of Malmö, with fruit from the farm and the villages close by. The year after we got our own place in the old harbour area close to the city center of Malmö where we now produce everything by hand from fruit to finished product. In the beginning of 2020 we decided to divide the different parts of the company and to make it a bit more understandable. The wines and other beverages we import and distribute throughout SWEDEN is from now on VINSTEREO. These beverages are all from producers, mostly also farming their own land, that share the same ideas and methods as us. A product should be produced in the most sustainable way. From a land without pesticides and with no additives or manipulation during production. This gives authentic products with a clear expression from the origin and with an energetic drinkability. The other part is our own production at Nubbgatan 5 in Malmö, Sweden. FRUKTSTEREO is from now on the production of Swedish beverages made by Swedish fruits in Sweden or collaborations in other countries together with friends and producers. In these cases made by produce from that country and even produced in that specific country. We are Karl Sjöström and Mikael Nypelius.