During colonial times "cyder" makers hauled their barrels via carriage to New York City on a hodgepodge of cowpaths and local trails known as Kings Highway. Connecting villages like Bushwick, Gravesend, and New Utrecht, the road eventually birthed the city of Brooklyn. Today, Kings Highway Fine Cider is inspired by its historical roots as well as Brooklyn’s contemporary mix of citizens from across the globe. This rose-esque cider, made with apples grown in the Hudson Valley, and co-fermented with hibiscus flowers and grapefruit peel, is inspired by Brooklyn’s past as well as its present. With refreshing notes of apple, strawberry, and citrus, balanced by clean, fun finish, it's perfect for everything from backyard cookouts to...well, beach parties.