Recipes & Pairings

Pairing Ciders

 

Wyile Ciders are easy to pair with almost any food because Wyile Ciders come in so many different flavors and types.  Here are a few guidelines:  For a meat & eggs breakfast pair with a light fruity still cider such as blueberry, or strawberry.  With a cereal breakfast try our still or sparkling blood orange.  With fruit or cheeses you can pair with our natural dry or semi-dry sparkling ciders, or if you prefer a still cider try our mango, peach or pear ciders.  You can’t go wrong with pairing any of the Wyile fruit ciders with chocolate.  Chocolate also pairs great with our award winning sparkling ciders:  O’Klee dry cider, Keeva semi-sweet cider, and Ilus Blueberry cider.  With pizza, sub sandwiches, or chilies, our robust hops cider, or pepper ciders pair wonderfully.  For pork it is best to go with our semi-sweet Keeva or sparkling blueberry Ilus cider.  For lamb, try our raspberry cider to compliment the flavorful meat.  You may even want to try pouring a little raspberry cider over the succulent lamb to enhance the flavor.  Beef steak pairs wonderfully with our hearty black currant cider.  For seafood, you will want to try a light still cider that does not compete with the mild fish flavor.  We recommend watermelon, blood orange or mango.  You may also want to try cherry cider to add a little character to your meal.  For pasta dishes such as spaghetti or mac & cheese, you are always safe with a simple still cider like apple-grape.  If you are going Mexican then you should treat yourself to our tangy mango cider or our zesty pepper cider.

 

Drink Responsibly and in Moderation
For most women and for most people over 65, moderate drinking is no more than three drinks a day or seven drinks per week.  For men under 65, it is no more than four drinks a day or 14 drinks per week.  However, some people should not drink at all, including alcoholics, children, pregnant women and people with certain medical conditions.  Excessive drinking can lead to alcoholism, liver disease, heart disease, cancer and problems at home, at work, and with friends.