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Looking for an ancient, artisanal tipple? Cider is a great option – it might just be the oldest fermented drink in existence and evidence of its intentional fermentation goes back to 55 BCE, when Romans discovered the people of Kent, England making cider. Unlike wine, which requires careful aging and the avoidance of oxygen, and beer, which requires heat to create the wort necessary for brewing, apple juice (and sometimes pear ...more
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NV Eplevin Gravenstein Cider

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3.3

“Vibrant, Friendly, Bubbly”

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NV Eplevin Cider

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3.5

“Fruity, Easy Drinking, Spritzy”

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NV Eplevin Hopped Cider

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3.5

“Aromatic, Tart, Hoppy”

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Though the production of cider has since been eclipsed by the industrialization of beer, the craft beer movement has actually inspired a similar resurgence in cider production. Unlike eating apples, cider apple varieties are almost inedible, as they’re high in tannins, astringent, and bitter. However, those tannins provide the structure and stability needed for a delicious drink. Modern ciders span a range of styles, from the dry, still versions found in ...more

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