wallbanger (2) - - JAN 11, 2017 does not count
Love this cider how it’s fresh pressed and unfiltered like real cider. Well balanced and full bodied. mike67 (1308) - , New Jersey, USA - JAN 9, 2017
12 oz can. Pours hazy orange with some carbonation. Aroma is of freshly squeezed apples. Body is medium, bitter-sweet. Taste is of sweet apples with some acidity. Finish is long bittersweet with slight acidity. Excellent cider. JStax (7451) - Devola/Marietta, Ohio, USA - OCT 21, 2016
Bottle pour. The cider is a hazy copper with not head. Very apple forward and fruity. Sweet and fruity taste. Big apple presence. Medium body and medium to high carbonation. Huhzubendah (3776) - Washington DC, USA - JUL 24, 2016
Can shared by RussianDragon. Thanks man!
Hazy caution light yellow body with noticeable tiny sediment flecks. Aromas of...well...apple cider. Lovely varieties of a set and tart apples, favoring the s wet side. Easy drinking, thirst quenching. Sweet and juicy with a tangy finish. Tasty. Frank (4267) - Chicago, Illinois, USA - JUN 9, 2016
My last drink was the cranberry version of this and it was better due to the acidity--just in case anyone is choosing between the two. This is a yeasty looking and smelling cider. It has a pretty nice apple character and acidic bite once you get beneath the yeast but that is kind of a tall order. It has a decent juicy texture and fairly low carbonation. These guys seem to wear the craft distinction on their arm and as such they seem to want to include enough yeast for a loaf of bread in each can. Were they to maybe filter this a bit, I could see it being much better.
luttonm (7146) - Seattle, Washington, USA - APR 26, 2016
Draft at Blind Tiger, NYC. Cloudy, unfiltered gold, small head. Yeasty honey sweet. Clean, lovely unfiltered body. Apple natural sweetness. Solid cider, interesting. yespr (49451) - Copenhagen O, DENMARK - APR 22, 2016
From tap. Pours hazy to murky orange with a small white head. Aroma is zesty fruity. Sweet, zesty and fruity. Sweet. Fruity. Lingering sweet far finish. SlovakSniper (5561) - Candiac, Quebec, CANADA - FEB 7, 2016
Un cidre boueux dans un bock trop froid au Cheers. Un nez de pommes sirupeuses et farineuses. Un goût qui va dans la même direction. Un corps légèrement pétillant avec une texture un peu épaisse. Une finale de compote de pommes fabriquée pour les jeunes enfants. ben4321 (6948) - Hoboken, New Jersey, USA - NOV 29, 2015
Location: 12 oz can from Bottle King - Livingston, 11/29/15
ClarkVV (7099) - Boston, Massachusetts, USA - NOV 27, 2015
Aroma: The nose is fairly sweet, with lots of apple and not much else
Appearance: Pours a rather murky looking yellowish color without much head and with light lace
Flavor: Taste similar, sweet apple with some mild tartness and apple skin notes
Palate: Light-medium bodied, not watery, soft carbonation, clean enough on the finish
Pretty one-dimensional, but not bad, especially if you like good old standard apple cider (which I do). It’s straight up sweeter apple cider in flavor. So much so, that I might try heating a can of this up and throwing in a cinnamon stick. I can barely tell the difference between this and the non-alcoholic stuff.
Draught at Charlie’s 11/21/15.
This stuff enjoys a good popularity here in Boston, not quite cult-like, but getting there. Hadn’t tried the stuff, as it usually takes some special reason to try "yet another regular old cider..." but I took a chance with the winter blend and this stuff is super cloudy, which was also intriguing, so I figured what the hell.
Cloudy, murky, completely unfiltered golden apple-colored body has no head, as one would expect.
Mushy apples, sugary and rich, in the nose, but with a natural enough quality to it. Light phenolics divulge pepper and very light allspice notes.
Sweet, in the flavor, but not syrupy or punishingly so. Quite a good richness, but with almost enough acidity to balance on the end. Some apple skin-like dryness, a bit of pepper and an ample, but not overdone carbonation that many ciders succumb to having (heavy fizziness). Thick, chewy, slick texture is unusual, but not off-putting and does help soak up some of the sweetness. I liked it, though I certainly get the comments that call it too sweet. I think it would be really, really good if they cut out some of those macs and delcious varieties. With all those, it’s a wonder the stuff is a complete cloying syrup bomb. So I give them credit for that. Definitely some sulfur qualities as well (with it listed on the label, no less). Hopefully they eventually graduate to making ciders without any chemicals.