Deeply-Rooted -- The origins of hard cider in America are, well, pretty deeply rooted. Fabled frontier nurseryman John Chapman, better known as Johnny Appleseed, wandered west establishing apple orchards in a time when hard cider was the most widely consumed beverage in this country. Stories of Presidents drinking and even campaigning with hard cider resonate throughout our past, embedding cider drinking solidly in our culture. Deeply Rooted is a nostalgic elixir combining the best of birch beer, sarsaparilla, and all things woodsy. History has never tasted this good.