ARMADA, Mich.— Blake’s Difficult Cider (BHC), the Midwest’s largest craft cidery, announces it will continue it’s “be form mission” with the return of the beloved cider, Fido, with a $5,000 donation to Animals for Patriots, a national non-revenue group that uplifts the lives of military services veterans and saves the lives of the most overlooked shelter dogs and cats.
Latin for “I am faithful”, Fido is a tumble semi-sweet cider showcasing Michigan Chinook and Cascade hops, Blake’s apples, homegrown raspberries, and grapefruit peel. With a 6.8% ABV, it is presented in a 12oz/6-pack and can be observed at most chains and independent stores. Fido is aspect of BHC’s Kinder Cider Sequence built up of modern cider profiles, supporting non-gain corporations that share the BHC firm values. Come across Fido around you: https://www.blakeshardcider.com/cider-finder/
“We honor and rejoice our army and veteran’s service to our place,” reported Andrew Blake, BHC owner and founder. “Blake’s Farm was launched by my grandfather, Gerald Blake, in 1946 soon after returning property from services in WWII. As a relatives, we are very pleased to make use of lots of veterans all over the organization. The reaction to Fido has been outstanding and we are very pleased to be in a position to bring it back for its 3rd 12 months.”
Founded in 2013, Blake’s Difficult Cider is an impartial, family members-owned and operated craft cidery. Grown, brewed and packaged completely on a 1,000-acre orchard in Armada, MI, BHC was established on the worth of its practically 75-yr farming record. For extra information and facts on BHC, how to obtain Fido, get on the net or donate to Pets for Patriots check out www.blakeshardcider.com
Pets for Patriots offers the items of fidelity, joy and love to veterans and pets by way of companion animal adoption. The nonprofit has produced it probable for more than 3,000 veteran-pet adoptions, disbursed about $623,000 in submit-adoption and hardship support, and lined a lot more than $64,000 in professional medical treatment for veterans’ pets. Pets for Patriots companions with U.S. shelter and veterinary networks, armed service and veteran businesses, and the public to benefit and honor the lives of the most vulnerable and heroic between us. For more information, take a look at www.petsforpatriots.org.