Extreme Heights Cidery releases two hard ciders

Queensbury-based cidery adds new flavors

Extreme Heights Cidery, the spin-off of Adirondack Winery, is releasing two new hard ciders.

A Queensbury-based cidery is adding two new fruity flavors just in time for summer.

Extreme Heights Cidery, which launched last fall in the Adirondack Winery tasting room, released “Esther” and “Skylight.”

Esther is a hibiscus lime-infused semisweet hard cider named after the 28th-tallest high peak of the Adirondack Mountains.

Skylight has flavors of orange, passion fruit and guava and is named after Mount Skylight, which is the fourth-tallest high peak.

Extreme Heights Ciders are produced and bottled at the Adirondack Winery winemaking facility in Queensbury. You can try any of their ciders at their two Adirondack Winery tasting room locations. The original is on Canada Street in Lake George and the other is on Big Bay Road in Queensbury.