Freaky_tiki (1424) - Toronto, Ontario, CANADA - APR 12, 2014
Not a big fan of mass produced apple juice style cider but I’m not really drinking this am I? No sir. This cider is for mussels bacon & cider recipie. So a few sips of this -- taste of dull apples, soda water & tin -- make this rating as I cook my feast. Drink local cider, y’all. decaturstevo (6343) - decatur, Tennessee, USA - MAR 8, 2014
Gold pour with creamy white head. Aroma is straight up sour apple to me. Light sweet start with some sour funk. A semi sweet finish. Medium/light bodied. ok cider gnoff (11227) - Göteborg, SWEDEN - JAN 24, 2014
Draught at The Independent, Clearwater, on January 19, 2014.czar (9680) - Québec, Quebec, CANADA - JAN 7, 2014
Clear golden color, white head. Dry, apple taste. Apple aftertaste. Medium mouthfeel, very low bitterness, though a bit tart. Mainly apple scent.
pours clear golden orange with some sticky legs, some bubbles surfacing. apple pie, quite spicy in fact, then again faint apples, apple juice from concentrate, chalk, lightly peppery, clean yeast, hint of tartness - lemon, metal. low carbonation, light body - a tad watery, relatively dry and clean finish. weak cider. Mormanidde (1) - - JAN 6, 2014 does not count
A rather ghastly canned cider that I purchased in California, apparently a new item in the most disturbing, pirate-and-parrot themed Trader Joe’s. It is a near-potable obscenity that makes me cringe, and pathetically sob in longing for the unspeakable ciders of my childhood and wasted youth in Switzerland. The only reason I gave it a three on appearance is because I am drinking it (yes, as I type) straight out of a can that has been micturated on by many a rat and oyster on its long journey from Bristol, in the glorious Shire of Gloucester. Interestingly, this locale not only provided a lovely setting for the beloved Bard, but seemingly also makes for an environment conducive to making extremely lousy apple cider. And from the Encyclopedia Galactica: Bristol
City in western England, Middle English Bridgestow, from Old English Brycgstow, literally "place of shit-cider" (see "cyder" (n.) + crappe). A local peculiarity of pronunciation adds -sh to words ending in -s. Drink that gave Perseus the squirts (see Ovid, Met., Book III)
radagast83 (8690) - Arlington, Virginia, USA - NOV 29, 2013
Draft at Mad Fox. Poured a clear golden color with out a head. Medium carbonation. Aroma is sweet cider, apples, some sugar notes. A touch dry, not overly sweet. Touch of tartness. Okay. WheatKing (1351) - Phnom Penh, CAMBODIA - OCT 15, 2013
Tall can. Pours straw, high carbonation, sweet, but not as bad as those apple soda type ciders. Still, hard to drink, it’s so easy to make good cider I don’t understand why there’s so much crap. Not going to bother with a regular review. BeerandBlues2 (14407) - Escondido, California, USA - SEP 14, 2013
Can. Pours clear pale yellow with a small, fizzy white head and no retention or lacing. Aroma is apple and earthy notes. Flavor is apples and dry grass with a dry finish. Light body and medium carbonation. pintbypint (3975) - Edmonton, Alberta, CANADA - AUG 22, 2013
500ml can. Golden and clear in the glass, no head. Light fruity nose, mild apple. Taste is fairly light, dry and crisp apple notes. Ends with fizzy mineral water and very faint water apple. High carbonation, body is light. Quite unexciting and industrial. cfrancis (3637) - Ottawa, Ontario, CANADA - AUG 18, 2013
Pours light yellow with a small white head. Aroma is apple sweetness with some tangy citrus. Taste is small grain in front and sour, tart apple in the back. So much tartness that its unpleasant.