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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

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

3 Sons Kingston Black
4 months ago

3 Sons Kingston Black

The Canberra outfit has just released the 3 Sons Kingston Black Cider, a single variety cider made possible by the maturing of Australia’s cider scene. Read More

Flying Brick Original Cider
5 months ago

Flying Brick Original Cider

Flying Brick from the Bellarine Peninsula in Victoria have many ciders, but I don’t think I have ever really thought about their Original Cider. Time to set that straight. Read More

Sidewood Cider
5 months ago

Sidewood Cider

Sidewood Cider is a South Australian Cider made at the Sidewood Winery. It has won international awards and is pretty easy to find, But should this be on your shopping list?

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Fruit Ciders Go Head To Head
6 months ago

Fruit Ciders Go Head To Head

Fruit Ciders have been a growing segment of the cider market for a few years now. Much to the horror of  Cider purists. While I tend to agree with them, there is a strong argument if people are drinking crappy fruit ciders why shouldn’t the craft Cidermakers get in there and show them how it’s done right. Read More