Apples Took the Rambling Route

What does it take to make a great cider? It’s simple, the best apples. Rambling Route Cider is making great cider from Washington grown apples and distributing their brand with some awesome custom stickers.

Rambling Route is named after the journey of the apple to the west coast. It is being farm grown in Yakima Valley in Washington, known for farming some of the best apples. They are part of Tieton Cider Works which was born out of the Harmony Orchards. The farm is owned by Craig and Sharon Campbell and it has been in their family since the 1920’s. Their reason for making cider:

“A love of land, food and drink has inspired us to make cider with the fruit we are growing at our ranch, Harmony Orchards. We know the ciders we make are an expression of the harvest and reflective of the fruit and the place that it is grown.”

This great craft cider is starting to take off on it’s journey with stickers. Rambling Route recently released their Hard Pear Cider and with that got more logo stickers to promote it. The stickers are a custom shape, similar to the famous Route 66 sign shape, filled in with their colors and brand name. The logo looks great on the backdrop of the topographic map on the cans, highlighting the rambling journey of the apple. Now, it can be slapped on tractors, growlers or anywhere the journey takes Rambling Route Cider.

Kick off your brand journey with some custom logo stickers that show off your design.


Written by Jesse Michaels

Originally published at www.stickergiant.com on May 17, 2016.

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