swanmann (778) - Nompton, Oklahoma, USA - OCT 29, 2016
From the can, poured into a pickle barrel glass: I can pretty much echo the previous reviews. Clear and golden with bright fresh apple aroma and flavor. I don’t really go in for ciders but I like this because of the straight forward flavor, spot on carb, and medium body. It wasn’t champagne fizzy or too much like soda. Just like an alcoholic cider. bhensonb (15767) - Woodland, California, USA - OCT 6, 2016
Can from Bruisin Ales. Pours light gold with white bubbles. Nice apple fruit aroma. No skin to my thinkin. Near med body. It is rather apple sweet. Making me think of Martinelli’s non-alcoholic. This could be good for lake or pool. Maybe a slight tart note in the finish. Or not. magsinva (1433) - Virginia, USA - SEP 17, 2016
Can from New Belgium Asheville - clear pale gold, mostly still. Sweet and dry red apples, with a flinty finish. Kind of boring. DiarmaidBHK (5921) - Lewisburg, Pennsylvania, USA - SEP 17, 2016
Can from Appalachian vintner. Pours golden with no head. Has some apple notes on the nose. Fairly dry on the tongue which I like. I just it was more flavorful.
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Poured from can. Pours a clear light gold, almost straw, color with no head. Aroma is not to strong, mostly red delicious and pippin-like, pleasantly fruity without being overwhelming. Taste follows with moderate fruit notes, virtually no carbonation, and short light finish.
ajnepple (7094) - Denver, Colorado, USA - JUL 8, 2016
On tap at Sancho’s Broken Arrow. Clear golden appearance with a lingering white ring of foam. Mildly sweet and lightly dry with notes of apple, light pear and light vanilla. Crisp and refreshing overall. (Tasted much better than the PBR that followed)