The least favorites were the Anthem, Greenwood, and Griffin varieties. Central City Limited Edition Imperial Cider, Ferme de Beau Soleil Cidre Fermier Bio Brut, Woodchuck Private Reserve Barrel Aged Cherry, Woodchuck Out on a Limb Campfire Pancakes, Fenceline Whip & Tongue, Spur Bearer, and Pommeau. Quick finish. Only registered users can write reviews. Very sweet apple flavor comes through and remains the dominant flavor for the remainder of the sip and into the aftertaste. Low acidity. Holy autumnal dessert aromas! This sessionable cider combines bitter and sweet apples to deliver a semi-dry cider that is not too sweet and leaves you thirsty for another. ABV: 6.1% What did you think? I liked the flavor of the blueberry Summer Time, although it was rather sweet. Description: Summer is here, bringing warm, carefree days and fun, festive nights. High sessionability. ABV: 5.5% Have you tried Woodchuck Summer Time Pear Ginger? No sourness, bitterness, funk, or tannins. Cidery: Woodchuck A hint of tannins. How Supplied: six pack of 12oz bottles Moderate carbonation. Where Bought: n/a Fruity and easy to drink. Where Bought: n/a Style: American commercial cider with ginger and pear flavors, Availability: wide release for 3-4 months, then replaced by the next Tank Series. Quick finish. I also get notes of minerals in that dusty stony way. And for my cider review of the week, I’m excited to finally crack open my bottle of Sandford Orchards’ Straw & Oak. ABV: 5.5% Low carbonation. >>This is a review of a sample can provided to Cider Says by Woodchuck. Light and refreshing, with the mild ginger made even milder with the sweet pear. Have you tried Woodchuck Sour Cherry or Cheeky Cherry? It is infused with juniper berries (which are used in making gin), rose buds, and orange peel. This is a pear and apple blend rather than a perry. Cidery: Woodchuck Cider Where Bought: n/a Most Similar to: The honey and citrus notes remind me of a few ciders I’ve tried recently, such as Schilling Cider King’s Shilling (which is sweeter), Honey Moon CiderHead (which is drier), and Flatbed Cider Crisp Apple (which is quite similar although thinner bodied). Cider: Semi-Dry Closing Notes: This would be a great cider to bring to a bbq or similar summer event. A-, Woodchuck Cucumber Mint Hard Cider – A significant departure from the typical cider experience, part of Woodchuck’s Tank Series. Review of Woodchuck’s newest Private Reserve cider, Barrel Aged Cherry, from Middlebury Vermont. ABV: 5.5% Although I will take care to treat it the same as any other review, there is always the potential for bias as I received … However, that is perfect for a middle of the week treat. Read all about it and buy tickets here: http://alongcameacider.blogspot.com/2016/10/cider-review-woodchucks-june-and-juice.html, http://alongcameacider.blogspot.com/2016/07/cider-review-woodchucks-local-nectar.html, http://alongcameacider.blogspot.com/2018/05/very-perry-may-review-of-woodchucks.html, http://alongcameacider.blogspot.com/2016/03/cider-review-woodchucks-hot-cha-cha-cha.html, http://alongcameacider.blogspot.com/2015/10/cider-review-awestruck-premium-hard.html, https://www.eventbrite.com/e/lower-east-cider-fest-tickets-50910466576. Mild tartness. Cidery: Woodchuck This was my favorite Cellar Series of Sour Cherry, Mint, and Chocolate (I never tried Smoked Apple, Dry Hop, or Ginger). They have a lot in common – most are mid-level sweetness, rich, complex, and full-flavored. One of the most tempting events is the Lower East Cider Fest. Cidery: Woodchuck Woodchuck introduced a pearsecco in 2018 with a light blue can, and Wyder’s pearsecco bottles also have blue labeling. Griffin Cider Works (Westlake OH) Strong Woman (6.5% ABV): This is an English-style cider finished with cherry, sold March thru October, whose proceeds go towards fighting breast cancer. Still. That light and springy feeling is underscored by how high the acid levels are in this cider. Where Drank: home Moderate acidity. I enjoyed this cider with a simple meal, all the better to let the complexity and intensity of this cider shine through. My Opinion: Yum! Low apple flavor. My Opinion: The flavor wasn’t all that impressive, intense, or complex, but this is surely more sessionable than most sugar-laden commercial ciders. Have you tried Woodchuck Raspberry? Quick finish. ABV: 5.5% Although they used real maple syrup and smoked pommace, there is the less than 1% natural flavor listed, and I think they somehow even added maple aroma. How Supplied: 12oz bottles (six pack). Where Bought: n/a Hopefully they will make an Out on a Limb cider more along the lines of Gumption or Winter Chill, which I enjoy. I like how the tastes attack, and I appreciate those bubbles. It paired with cajun-spiced tilapia, steamed cauliflower, carrots, broccoli and brown rice. I also notice that the base cider has a lot of similarities to Woodchuck Gumption, both made using bittersweet apples (a flavor profile I really love). ABV: 6.9% Where Bought: n/a What did you think? The Woodchuck variety I really miss however is their Spring seasonal which had maple syrup; oddly enough they are currently skipping over Spring, and only doing Summer, Fall, and Winter seasonals. The overall impression is bright and pleasant. ABV: 5.5% Smells of red grape. Low acidity and tartness. This is a dry cider with lots of tannins, whoa! Cidery Location: Middlebury VT Low apple flavor and complexity. pineapple cider: 2 Towns Pacific Pineapple – This cider is bursting with real fresh pineapple flavor, yet its less sweet. You are responsible to pay tariffs, duties and/or sales taxes applicable at the time the wine is released to you. Quick finish. Most Similar to: Not much…barrel aging programs at commercial cideries are pretty rare. Once confirmed, you pay for the wine and any applicable local alcohol taxes. I love free stuff, especially cider! Have you tried Woodchuck Day Chaser? However, due to the additional residual sugar and less perceived spice of this one, this is probably a more manageable spicy cider for the average person. Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. Moderate apple influence. Moderate cherry flavor, slightly sour. Low carbonation. I get the roasted pumpkin but more than that the pumpkin is melded with roasted apple, caramel, and brown sugar. Where Drank: Fred’s Rivertown Alehouse in Snohomish WA. Style: American commercial semi-dry cider. Moderate tartness. I thought this one was a bit strange, but ok. First Impression: Deep copper caramel amber (note that although barrel aging imparts color, they also list “caramel color” on the ingredient list). “So often when you speak to people unfamiliar with the cider category there is a lot of confusion about how cider is made and what it tastes like.” said Bridget Blacklock, Vice President of Marketing. It is also significantly lower calories than most commercial ciders (160), and is still 5.5% ABV. How Supplied: 22oz brown glass bottle with a cute cherry motif, Cider Description: Woodchuck Cellar Series Sour Cherry is crafted in the tradition of age-old Belgian sour beers. Contact me.<<, Cider: Summer Time Pear Ginger When we get there, don’t forget to check out the minimal yet totally evocative label! Moderate tart finish. Semi-dry. Medium bodied. However, this reminds me somewhat of Woodchuck Winter Chill (oak & vanilla but not spirit flavor), Woodchuck 802 (rich caramelized sugar notes but its not barrel aged), Crispin 15 Men (rum barrel aged with honey notes), and Spire Mountain Dark & Dry (rich molasses & brown sugar notes but its not barrel aged). I also taste tropical fruit, torched pineapple. Where Bought: n/a Moderate tartness. Vermont Cider Company crafts a variety of ciders for a variety of consumers. Aromas: hay, overripe apples, tin and tea. I was told that Sour Cherry is the same as Out on a Limb Cheeky Cherry, except 6.9% ABV instead of 5.5% ABV. The oak comes across like twigs and tea; it’s lightly oaked but still woody. It starts sweet then moves to a moderate tart (quick) finish. Medium bodied. ABV: 6.1% My Opinion: I’m not at all a ginger fan, so I was surprised that I didn’t mind this. No carbonation upon pouring. A steal at $15/bottle. Anthem (Salem OR) Cherry (6.2% ABV): This is sold year round and now also available in cans. Cidery: Woodchuck It starts off with a rich & flavorful bittersweet apple cider flavor (similar to their Gumption), then finished with a kick of spice, mostly at the back of the throat (instead of the tongue).
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