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Batlow Saison Cider
3 weeks ago

Batlow Saison Cider

Somebody decided to put on a  little cider festival in my neighbourhood. You silly people. Anyway, when I arrived early it was pretty quiet so I saddled up next to the Batlow stand mostly because they have a keg of the Batlow Saison Cider. Happy days.  Read More

Dr Pilkington’s Miracle Cider
3 weeks ago

Dr Pilkington’s Miracle Cider

Got problems with bower birds? Curly hair getting you down? Dr Pilkington’s Miracle Cider Is here to help. The real question here is this a good cider or is Dr Pilkington just snake oil? Read More

Bilpin – Archibald Extra Brut Cider
1 month ago

Bilpin – Archibald Extra Brut Cider

A year or so ago I had the Bilpin Archibald cider. It was pretty dry but it did have a little back sweetening. Now the guys at Bilpin Cider co have released a version with out the back sweetening fresh juice and it’s bottle conditioned. I have high hopes for this the Archibald Extra Brut Cider.

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McCarthy’s Orchard Apple Cider
2 months ago

McCarthy’s Orchard Apple Cider

McCarthy’s Orchard is in the world renowned wine region of McLaren Vale in South Australia. It’s not what you would call a typical apple growing region. Yet where there are apples, cider follows.

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Henry Of Harcourt – Duck And Bull Cider
2 months ago

Henry Of Harcourt – Duck And Bull Cider

A cider with an odd name is always going to grab my attention. So when I was I given the chance to try a bottle of Henry of Harcourt’s Duck and Bull, I was paying attention. Read More

The Goose Cider Ancestrale
3 months ago

The Goose Cider Ancestrale

If you are a bit of a wine fan in Australia you probably know about the Gilbert family and their wines from Mudgee. Long time readers will remember Gilbert’s first crack at Ciders with The Goose. Now they are back with The Goose Cider Ancestrale.  Read More

Lost Pippen Wild Tasmanian Apple Cider
3 months ago

Lost Pippen Wild Tasmanian Apple Cider

Along the Coal River on the Tasmanian east coast, Lost Pippin is growing desert apples and a little bit of wild yeast. A cool climate helps grow great apples. So I’m very much looking forward to getting into this, the Wild Tasmanian Apple Cider.  Read More

Borrodell – The Comrade Cider
4 months ago

Borrodell – The Comrade Cider

Today Borrodell is a winery in the central New South Wales town of Orange but it didn’t start out like that. The vineyard originally started as an orchard. But today some of those apple trees are getting a bit more attention. Inducing The Comrade Cider.  Read More