¡Tepache! by Reverend Nat's Hard Cider in Oregon, United States

About ¡Tepache! by Reverend Nat's Hard Cider

Composed exclusively of pineapples sourced from my second cousin's plantation in Costa Rica, piloncillo from the Mexican state of Michoacan and a furtive selection of spices, this lightly alcoholic elixir is sure to please your palate. Much like American Apple Pie, there is no recipe for Tepache. It is a traditional Mexican drink, frequently consumed out of a plastic baggie with a straw, sold by street vendors in Jalisco and made at home. It's not a cider - NO APPLES! The fermentation happens on the scales and rind of the pineapples, imparting a deep and unique flavor. This beverage is low-alcohol and sweet like a Summer Shandy or Radler due to a partial fermentation of the pineapples. Available starting Cinco de Mayo.


Reverend Nat is a single-minded cider evangelist who searches the world for superior ingredients to handcraft the most unusual ciders that no one else will make.

Reverend Nat's Hard Cider makes ¡Tepache! Fruit / Vegetable Beer