Crossmans Prime Farmhouse Cider - Medium (Draught)

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Brewed by Crossmans Cider
Style: Cider
Weston-Super-Mare, England

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RATINGS: 16   MEAN: 3.2/5.0   WEIGHTED AVG: 3.14/5   EST. CALORIES: 180   ABV: 6%
COMMERCIAL DESCRIPTION
Draught only.
A stiil, medium cider made with a blend of apple varieties.

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3.1
minutemat (5407) - Shrewsbury, Shropshire, ENGLAND - MAR 6, 2017
Box @ Cellar Bar, Chester. Pours hazy gold, aroma of sour funk. Taste is generally sour with some apple fruit that emerges more as you accustom yourself to it. Not bad.

2.8
apickles (562) - North Yorkshire, ENGLAND - OCT 15, 2015
Golden in colour with a very slight head round the rim of the glass. Clear and still. Vinegary nose and sweet. Quite sharp and tart but also a medium sweetness a little watery but perfectly drinkable.

3.9
SarkyNorthener (4562) - West Bromwich (Yorkshire Expat), West Midlands, ENGLAND - SEP 7, 2014
Bag in a [email protected] o’the north brewpub, hipperholme whilst camping out the back. Hazy orange still cider. Aroma of barnyard and apple pulp. Taste is barnyard, apple pulp juice, a little wood and a touch of sweet sugar. Medium bodied. Very nice.

3.3
leaparsons (10504) - Wigston, Leicestershire, ENGLAND - JUL 16, 2014
Polypin. Orange gold and still. Aromas are funky apple with cheesy notes. Apple skin with vinegar and woodiness. Flavours are sweet and sour with vinegar. Yeasty with floral aspects. Flavours are tart with green apple and pithy apple skin. Woody with yeast and a solid barnyard character. Good.

2.9
jfb (6231) - GERMANY - JUN 19, 2012
(draught) pours a hazy yellow colour with no head. aroma of green olives, dandelions and medicinal bands, with a light hint of apple vinegar, haystacks, light banana and vanilla, quite funky. flavour is mostly the same, lots of barnyard, though with a little too much oxidised caramel and a high initial sweetness giving way to a semi-dry finish. medium-bodied with no carbonation.

3.5
downender (8584) - Bristol, Gloucestershire, ENGLAND - SEP 12, 2010
From a polypin labelled ’Prime Farmhouse’ at the Bristol Cider House, 11/09/10. Amber coloured with a trace of carbonation. Decent aroma of medium apple fruit, straw,oak and the barnyard. Easy drinking, with plenty of juicy fruit, yeasty character and a dryish finish. Very good.
Earlier Rating: 5/8/2009 Total Score: 3
Cask-conditioned at the Orchard, Bristol 08/05/09. as "Aardcore". Gold with no head. Sweet apple juice up front with some dry pips, core and yeast to finish. Ok. Has the best pump clip ever - made up by the Oscar winning Aardman animations across the road from the pub - a salivating, big mouthed apple.

3
Bullit (4581) - Burgos, SPAIN - SEP 9, 2010
Cask @ 3 Judges. Hazy light golden colour, no head. Aroma is medium sweet apple. Flavour is sweet apple, bit of yeast, low carbonation. Dry finish.

3.4
DonMagi (5593) - bantervile, Bedfordshire, ENGLAND - JUN 5, 2007
I was quite into this. 3 Judges, only second to brewers gold of beer of the nite. Aroma is cider apples, hints of spice and red wine vinigar. Taste is again apply, corriander, wood, cinnamin, really drinkable with nut meg coming in at the end.

3.3
GarethYoung (1111) - Glasgow, SCOTLAND - NOV 5, 2006
[Tap at The Three Judges] Hazy yellow/gold colour. Aroma of apples, leather, acidity and apple peel. touch of sweetness, dry, tart, refreshing.

3.4
DJMonarch (9179) - Northwich, Cheshire, ENGLAND - MAR 6, 2006
Cask Handpump at the Helter Skelter, Frodsham 02/09/2001 Straw golden coloured with a slightly hazy appearance. Sweet on the palate initially but the finish is sharp.


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