Press releases 26 September, 2017

David Biun joins Brännland Cider as cidery manager

Swedish premium cider producer Brännland Cider strengthens its team with US cider maker David Biun who will assume full time responsibility as cidery manager at Brännland Cider, relocating from his previous job as cider maker for Eden Specialty ciders in Vermont. Biun has a solid resumé which among a host of merits includes work for 1911 ciders and studies in viticulture and wine making at Colorado State University.

Andreas Sundgren Graniti, Brännland Cider

– Having David and his wife Tegan join us is the last piece of the puzzle that we’re building to have one of the best teams in the world for artisanal cider production. He will be instrumental in our ambition to make the finest ice cider in the world as well as in growing our production, add new products to our line and improving over-all quality of our ciders further in the coming years. We are very excited to have him.

David Biun

– We’re excited to join the team at Brännland Cider. The reputation and products that the company has built over the past five years, the philosophy of quality being the way forward for a cider producer, in fact paramount to building the business, made moving to Sweden an easy choice for us. 

Contact Brännland Cider,

CEO Andreas Sundgren Graniti

+46 70 345 85 95

Brännland Cider produces cider using 100% Swedish apples for a national and international market. The company's first vintage, an ice cider produced in the Swedish county of Västerbotten, not far from the arctic circle, using Swedish apples in adherence to the denomination set in the  country of origin of ice cider, Canada, was released in 2012. 

Distributors worldwide:

Sweden, Jakobsson och Söderström,
Denmark, Vinkompagniet,
Norway, Great Grape,

Switzerland, Millesime Siegenthaler Freres,
France, CDP Fine Wines,
Belgium, Best Caviar,

USA, Skurnik Wines,