CRAFTWELL COCKTAILS™ SWEEPS PODIUM AT PRESTIGIOUS COCKTAIL COMPETITION

Corvallis, Ore.-April 13, 2022 – Craftwell Cocktails, a newly launched sister brand of 2 Towns Ciderhouse, today announced winning four prestigious San Francisco World Spirits Competition awards across its complete line of canned cocktails : 1) Strawberry Margarita – Gold, 2) Blueberry Cosmo – Gold, 3) Pineapple Margarita – Silver, and 4) Grapefruit Paloma – Bronze. Launched less than two months ago, Craftwell Cocktails are a line of premium cocktails made with real fruit for exceptional taste and an authentic cocktail experience for any occasion. Prioritizing taste above all else, the ready-to-drink Craftwell Cocktails are crafted in the Pacific Northwest with carefully selected ingredients that lead to a refreshing and delicious taste. Founded in 2000, the San Francisco World Spirits Competition is one of the oldest, largest, and most reputable of its kind. Entrants span the globe seeking to win a SFWSC award that indicates the highest caliber of quality. ‘This recognition from the SFWSC so soon after launch is a fantastic testament to our core values of prioritizing real fruit and quality ingredients,” said Nels Jewell-Larsen, co-owner. “We take great pride in our work and are delighted with these results.” The Strawberry Margarita relies on strawberry juice, Mexican Key lime juice, and agave nectar to reveal a distinctly West Coast margarita experience, with big, ripe strawberry notes and blends sweet with tangy. Crafted with Pacific Northwest blueberries and California lemon, the Blueberry Cosmo tastes rich, ripe, and fruity, with a pronounced blueberry forward taste and a tangy lemon finish. The Pineapple Margarita uses Costa Rica Gold pineapple, Key lime juice, and agave nectar, giving it a ripe pineapple forward taste that is balanced with a kick of lime, and sweetened by the agave. Our Grapefruit Paloma blends Rio Grande Ruby Red grapefruit, California Meyer lemon, and agave nectar to produce a fresh-squeezed, citrus flavor with a quenching and mild bitterness, balanced by agave sweetness.