Vermont Smoke & Cure is proud to announce today the addition of a new line of craft Pork Sausages to their Vermont-made line of meats and meat snacks, available in five mouth-watering flavors: Sweet Italian, Chorizo, Uncured Bacon, Blue Cheese and Hard Cider.

As part of Vermont Smoke & Cure’s mission to provide supreme quality flavor profiles and do business locally, the company teamed up with neighboring Vermont companies to create their most unique flavors yet. The Hard Cider Bratwurst offers a taste of nearby Burlington brand Citizen Cider’s Unified Press Hard Cider, which is crafted locally with New York state-sourced apples. The Blue Cheese Bratwurst is stuffed with award-winning Bayley Hazen Blue Cheese from Jasper Hill Farm, a world-renowned cheese making facility in the town of Greensboro, Vermont.

“We continually seek to buy ingredients from our friends and neighbors, who just happen to grow the best apples and milk and craft them into some of the world’s best ciders and cheeses,” said Chris Bailey, CEO of Vermont Smoke & Cure, “and this new partnership with Jasper Hill Farm and Citizen Cider reflects that. We are excited to team up with two artisans who lead their categories and who do business the Vermont way – something we’re passionate about.”

In addition to the Blue Cheese and Hard Cider Bratwursts, the Bacon Bratwurst offers a uniquely mouth-watering signature flavor, made with Vermont Smoke & Cure’s own maple and cider brined bacons, which are cob and maple smoked in their state-of-the art smokehouse in Hinesburg, Vermont. The signature Vermont flavors were dreamed up in the home test kitchen of the company’s CEO Chris Bailey, and then tested, tasted, and perfected in Vermont Smoke & Cure’s world class facility.

All of Vermont Smoke & Cure’s meats are vegetarian-fed, raised without antibiotics or added hormones, and free of sodium nitrites. The sausages are also free of nuts, gluten, and MSGs.

The new line of Sausages is available now at select Whole Foods and independent grocers in the Northeast.

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