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RATINGS: 63   WEIGHTED AVG: 3.19/5   EST. CALORIES: 195   ABV: 6.5%
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Traditionally Fermented Cider finished with Oregon grown hops. Cider true to character; dominant notes of fermented apple accented with floral and mineral notes of dry hopping. Contains Washington grown Honey Crisp, Gala, Granny Smith, and Golden Delicious Apples. Cascade hops.

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3.1
mcberko (18065) - Vancouver, British Columbia, CANADA - JUN 2, 2014
On tap at the Alibi Room for Camrapalooza 2014, pours a clear nearly white colour with a small white head. Aroma brings out dryhops and very dry apples. Flavour is very dry and hoppy, with dry apples, dry hops and little residual sugar. Very drinkable but low complexity. Decent.

3.5
jmm635 (1009) - Havertown, Pennsylvania, USA - MAY 17, 2014
Poured pale whitish yellow with no head. Aroma of tart apple. Pretty dry cider but it works for me. Not getting much aroma or flavor from the hops but very refreshing and thirst quenching nonetheless.

4.1
hopbag (159) - - MAY 12, 2014
Good balance of dryness with a touch of sweetness. The hops are a nice touch that accentuates the fresh apple flavor. Really interesting cider.

2.9
Reid (2555) - Salem, Oregon, USA - MAR 1, 2014
22 oz bottle from "Trader Joes" in Salem OR $5.49 Light gold beer with carbonation strings and an initial small bubbly white head..lasts 10 seconds. Aroma of semi-sweet cooing apple and some floral hop. OK Taste same as the aroma maybe the apples are now more granny smith and the hops mingle well. Mouth feel not the greatest due t the sweetness it becomes cloying at the end. If this had been a drier cider it would have helped. Ok cider the hops kinda work.

2.5
Arayaga2 (2199) - portland, Oregon, USA - JAN 9, 2014
Fizzy whitish yellow, and very still in appearance. Aroma is light, with a slight whiff of alcohol, and taste is the same. Purely insipid.

2.5
fiulijn (20604) - Vancouver, British Columbia, CANADA - DEC 26, 2013
Draught at St. Augustine’s, Vancouver
Very pale blond color with almost no head. Some aroma of apple and plastic, light, and acidic; light hazelnuts. Dry and weak mouthfeel; light cider flavor, a bit of cider vinegar, with light acidity; the final is lightly bitter, vegetable.
It feels like drinking Swedish face ciders.

3.7
badlizard (5533) - Berkeley, California, USA - NOV 24, 2013
Bottle. Clear bright yellow with a thin fizzy white head. Sweet perfume of apple, grape, and citrus to the aroma and taste with a smooth apple cider finish and a thick sticky palate. Quite good.

3.3
Travlr (25188) - Charlotte, North Carolina, USA - SEP 2, 2013
Bottle at Meridian Pint. Clear yellow color, rare bubbles. Aroma of lightly dusty apple skins. Aroma of bittersweet apples, white pepper. OK. I don’t get a lot of the hops character, unless it’s the pepperiness.

3.7
Syzzer (647) - Oregon, USA - AUG 26, 2013
7-27-13 Poured from bomber: Easy to drink. Moderately sweet apple aroma. Delicate bitter hops ballances the sour/sweetness. Clear yellow color, weak white head. 8.5 BD; 8.8 Josh Aroma, color, flavor- what you expect, good. 9 Melissa

3.4
DeliveryDriver (170) - Illinois, USA - AUG 13, 2013
Pours a clear golden with minimal fizzy head and a lot of carbonation. Aromas of tart apples and dish soap. Taste is initially sweet, then tart, and finishes with the slightest of hop bites. The bitterness is like a substitute for a dry finish. Nothing is overbearing to this, and it all works well together. Light-medium bodied and goes down easy. I wish they sold 6 packs of these, I would buy this more often.


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