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Beat the Heat with Stutz Hard Cider

I’m sitting on my balcony this Wednesday evening being thankful for several things; thankful that I’m not moving today (Sept. 1st), thankful that there is a slight breeze way up here on the 4th floor; thankful that I’m not the crazy jogger who just ran by; and thankful that I have a refreshing bevy in hand.
You see…it’s currently 40 degrees…for real! I’ve lived in NS for 5 summers now, and never have I experienced this kind of heat. I’m not really complaining either….except that there is only 1/2 of my bottled beverage left, which means that I’ll have to go to the store – at this point, there’s no way my life can go on without this icey-cold treat in my hand.
The icey-cold treat in question? It’s Stutz Cider, what else? There’s only one word for Stutz; delicious, no two; refreshing, wait three; crisp….well you get the idea. Stutz Cider was developed in 2002 and has been amassing a devout following ever since. It hails from the Stutz family in just outside Wolfville at Grand Pre Vineyards. Sure, I could easily drink a Strongbow cider, but why would I want to when Nova Scotia offers a delicious equivalent?
Seriously, this is a drink that not only tastes great, it makes you feel great for supporting a local business. And talk about feeling great? As the ad indicates, when you drink Stutz, you’ve got serious Sex Appeel!

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