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Tag Archives: Tepache
7 Fantastic Ways You Can Enjoy Reverend Nat’s Tepache! I love Reverend Nat’s Tepache! Every year on May 5th AKA Cinco de Mayo Reverend Nat’s release bottles of this wonderful pineapple “cider.” What is Tepache If you don’t know what … Continue reading
What is Tepache? Tepache is a traditional fermented Mexican beverage that is generally made from the rind and the peel of pineapples. Tepache is often mixed with beer. I first encountered Tepache while working on my second book – Portland Beer … Continue reading
Reverend Nat’s Cinco de Mayo ¡Tepache! Release Party – May 5th 2014 This Monday night May 5th from 5:00 PM to 10:00 PM Reverend Nat’s Cider is having a delightful party featuring their *Tepache and the glorious tamales that Tamale … Continue reading