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Gervais small producer wins 17 awards at the Great Lakes International Cider & Perry Competition

COURTESY PHOTO: BAUMAN FARMS - Bauman Farms of Gervais offers a wide variety of plants, produce and various delectables. Its cider was recently recognized as tops among small producers by the Great Lakes International Cider & Perry Competition.Bauman's Cider was awarded Small Producer of the Year at the 2021 Great Lakes International Cider & Perry Competition (GLINTCAP), a global competition that evaluates ciders from around the world and recognizes the most outstanding.

Since 2005, GLINTCAP has grown to be one of the most prestigious cider competitions, with over 1,500 entries this year.

In addition to being named the top small cider producer, Bauman's, of Gervais, won three Best in Show awards, which are given to the top three ciders in each of 20 categories. This includes Mountain Rose, which placed second in Rosé Ciders, Bourbon Vanilla Cider, which placed second in Specialty Wood-Aged Ciders, and Strawberry Mojito Cider, which placed first among 151 entries in the Speciality Cider category.

Bauman's also received a total of seven gold, nine silver and a bronze medal, recognizing the wide range of ciders they are producing.

"As we have grown and expanded the breadth of our ciders, we have stayed true to our focus in making high quality, approachable ciders with as many ingredients as possible coming from Bauman Farms. It's super exciting for us to see that focus on quality recognized by the judges at GLINTCAP, especially given the amazing ciders being produced by so many incredible cider makers around the world," said Christine Walter, owner and head cider maker for Bauman's Cider.

Bauman's Ciders can be found throughout Oregon and Washington or ordered online and shipped to most states at baumanscider.com.


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