With our cidery and Tap Room located in Western New York, it’s no surprise we’re wing people. And, if you think you’ve tried every wing sauce out there—think again. This one requires a little work, but these crowd-pleasers are worth the effort. Because these wings are made with Clarksburg SHOUT! Hard Cider, they taste sweeter at first. But beware, after a few bites you’ll feel the heat. It all depends on the heat level of the Buffalo sauce you choose, so keep that in mind and don’t be afraid to taste the sauce as you make it to gauge the heat level.

We also advise not skipping out on the onions, as they bring a little something savory to the recipe and balance out the zing of the mustard and Worcestershire sauce nicely. After you coat your wings, reserve any leftover sauce for dipping. You can also dip SHOUT! Wings in bleu cheese or ranch, but our taste testers thought our SHOUT! sauce was so good, they preferred not to cover up the flavor.

The secret to perfectly cooked wings is letting them take their time getting crispy in the oven. We call for the wings to bake for 45 to 55 minutes; just keep your eye on them. Then, after saucing them up, the wings go under the broiler on high for a few minutes, to lightly char them. If you don’t like char on your wings, skip this step. Serve with celery, carrots, and your preferred veggie dip.
Prep time: 10 minutes
Total time: 1 hour and 30 minutes
Yield: 2 pounds of wings (20–24 wings)
2 pounds chicken wings
¾ c. preferred Buffalo wing sauce
1 can of Clarksburg SHOUT! Hard Cider
¼ c. yellow mustard
¼ c. Worcestershire sauce
½ c. chopped yellow onion
Step 1
Preheat oven to 450°F. Line large shallow baking pan with foil.

Step 2
Place baking rack on top. Spray rack with non-stick cooking spray.

Step 3
Arrange wings in single layer on baking rack.

Step 4
Bake wings 45 to 55 minutes, or until crispy.

Step 5
While the wings are baking, mix remaining ingredients in medium saucepan on medium heat.

Step 6
Allow the sauce to come to a simmer. Cook 30 to 35 minutes, or until reduced by about half.

Step 7
Transfer the hot, cooked wings to a large bowl.

Step 8
Add in half of the sauce, tossing the wings to coat well.

Step 9
Return wings to rack and broil on high until lightly charred, about 3 to 5 minutes.

Serve with remaining sauce on the side.

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