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RATINGS: 100   WEIGHTED AVG: 2.93/5   EST. CALORIES: 210   ABV: 6.99%
COMMERCIAL DESCRIPTION
The Julian Hard Cider recipe originates from 1670 colonial America and is comparable to the finest British ciders. Unlike many “impostor” hard ciders on the market, it is easy to have more than one pint of Julian Hard Cider as we do not use concentrated apple Juice or additives which leave the drinker with a lingering sugary film and after-taste. Why is Julian Hard Cider the choice of true cider lovers? We have only one ingredient… the freshest apples in the world! Our cider is lightly carbonated with tartness, acidity and a clean dry finish, enabling it to stand firmly on its own or compliment your favorite meal. At Julian Hard Cider, we invite EVERYONE to put our hard cider alongside the best in the world, as we painstakingly strive to build our fan base one drinker at a time.

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2.6
Dedollewaitor (16419) - Odense, DENMARK - OCT 1, 2011
Bottle @ Autumn Tasting, Ulfborg 2011. Pours clear see through pale with bubbles on top. Lots of pear and a bit of dust. Sweet with an acidic touch. A bit bland. Ends dry.

1.9
chrisv10 (18585) - DENMARK - OCT 1, 2011
Bottle. Clear as water with no head. Aroma is a tiny bit pear/apple. Flavour is a little pear, little acid and quite watery.

2.3
saxo (19531) - Højbjerg, Aarhus, DENMARK - OCT 1, 2011
Bottle @ fonefan tasting. Small head with short duration. Color is pale as water. Aroma and taste are light apples with some acidity and high carbonation. Crisp and clean, but very weak. More like a soda.

2.5
jb43 (1695) - Colorado Springs, Colorado, USA - SEP 21, 2011
(bomber 6/26/11). Clear, extremely pale yellow color (almost completely clear and colorless). Spare white head. Light sweet apple aroma. Flavor of the same, with a light vegetal character and light alcohol. Avg duration. Very dry finish. Thin texture. Soft carbonation. Spare lacing.

2.2
beernovice39 (3269) - Idaho, USA - SEP 10, 2011
Bottle pours a pale gold and a thin fizzy white head. Scent is apples. Taste is the same. Not something I really care for.

3.1
Wombata (627) - Kobe, JAPAN - SEP 5, 2011
Aroma: Not strongly aromatic but some Golden Delicious apple and pear.
Flavor: Light note of lemon chiffon, pear with green apple and mineral on the mid-palate. Finishes with Golden Delicious and mineral notes.
Comment: Dry. Would work well with sea food. Good value versus a Sauvignon Blanc.

3.5
svandyke (257) - USA - AUG 21, 2011
Bottle- Pours a very clear pale color with no head of which to speak. Slight smell of yeasty apples, but again, very slight. Taste is acidic with a very tart finish. A bit spiky while it rolls around the tongue. Champagne type, obviously much fliltered. Nice and light.

2.1
Tmoney99 (15036) - Cincinnati, Ohio, USA - AUG 6, 2011
Bottle. Poured clear light pale color with a minimall head that diminished quickly with minimal lacing. Light green apple aroma. Light body with a thin smooth texture and soft carbonation. Light flavor of tart apple with a light sweet finish of short duration.

3.4
anders37 (27237) - Malmö, SWEDEN - JUL 1, 2011
Draft @ Green Man Brewery, Asheville, NC. Pours a very pale yellowish color with no head. Has a fruity and slightly sweetish tart apple aroma. Fruity tart acidic apple flavor. Has a fruity tart sour apple finish.

3.8
Nate (4296) - Indiana, Pennsylvania, USA - JUN 21, 2011
On tap at The Lodge, Hilton Head. Nice appley tart aroma, crisp and juicy. Medium golden clear with no head. Medium bodied with medium-high carbonation. Starts tart and crisp, with refreshing acidity, juicy apple taste, and the right amount of sweet balance. Clean refreshing after.


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