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2019 Australian Cider Awards
2 weeks ago

2019 Australian Cider Awards

Well It’s that time of year. The 2019 Australian Cider Awards.

Cider Australia has announced the winners of its 2019 Australian Cider Awards at a gala dinner in Melbourne this evening. Barossa Cider Co – Squashed Apple Cider from South Australia won ‘Best in Show’, ‘Best New World Cider’ and ‘Best Australian Cider’ with a score of 97 in the New World Medium Sweet Cider class.

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Scape Goat Cider
2 weeks ago

Scape Goat Cider

Scape Goat Cider is labelled as a premium cider. I doubt it, but I’m going to drink it to find out. 

I’m pretty suspicious about this cider. The label on the bottle, says it is made by Mccashins Brewery in New Zealand for Pinnacle Drinks in Australia. The problem here is that neither company lists this beverage on their website. Are they ashamed? Well, let’s dive into the tasting notes.  Read More

Comfortably Numb
4 weeks ago

Comfortably Numb

3 Son’s Comfortably Numb is a slightly cloudy, medium sweet, cider made from both eating apples and cider apples from around Canberra. Read More

Weston’s Old Rosie
2 months ago

Weston’s Old Rosie

By  •  British

Old Rosie, that old steam engine in Herefordshire or that blush in the old man’s cheeks after a few ciders in a warm pub. But this Old Rosie combines those into a big bottle of Weston’s Old Rosie Cider.  Read More

Ramborn Apple and Pear Blend Cider
2 months ago

Ramborn Apple and Pear Blend Cider

An Apple and Pear Blend from the centre of the European Union, grown in meadow orchards. You know it’s a Ramborn Cider. This is a limited release cider from the 2017 Vintage Apple and Pear Blend.

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Granite Belt Cider Co Twisted Branch
2 months ago

Granite Belt Cider Co Twisted Branch

Twisted Branch Cider is what came out of the tinker tank at the southern hemispheres’ most northern cidery – Granite Belt Cider.

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Batlow Road Apple Cider
3 months ago

Batlow Road Apple Cider

Batlow Road Apple Cider has just launched onto the market. If you have eaten an apple from a quality greengrocer you’ve probably eaten one of their apples. As with most orchardist wanting to make the most of their products, they have converted some apples into Cider.  Read More

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