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Brady’s Lookout 1820’s Blend
2 weeks ago

Brady’s Lookout 1820’s Blend

Brady’s lookout 1820’s Blend is a handcrafted fine cider based around apples developed in the 1820’s. These are now considered as some of the most classic apples out there. Read More

Sex Machine Cider – Funk Cider
4 weeks ago

Sex Machine Cider – Funk Cider

This is the Sex Machine Cider, made by Western Australia’s Funk Cider. Slap that bass, this cider is here to clean your pool, it’s going to get freaky.  Read More

Two Birds Cider
1 month ago

Two Birds Cider

Two Birds Brewing is Australia’s first brewery founded by and an all-female team. Their Two Birds Cider is their first cider release. Brewers haven’t had the best reputation with interesting ciders. Can  Two Birds Cider get it right? Read More

Brady’s Lookout 2017 Cuvee
2 months ago

Brady’s Lookout 2017 Cuvee

Brady’s Lookout 2017 Cuvee Cider is a story of apples, convicts and Batman. It stretches from Manchester to Tasmania and back to France. I’m probably going to need to explain what I’m talking about.  Read More

Ramborn Erbachhofer
2 months ago

Ramborn Erbachhofer

What do you do when you have regionally unique apples? Well, that should be pretty obvious, make a single variety cider. That’s exactly what Ramborn Cider has done with the Erbachhofer Cider from 2016 Harvest.   Read More

Incy Wincy Cyder Wild 2017
3 months ago

Incy Wincy Cyder Wild 2017

Incy Wincy Cyder Wild 2017 has been on the market for a little while but it is a cider that can age well. It uses wild yeast to turn the apple juice into real apple cider. Read More

Castaway Low Carb Cider
3 months ago

Castaway Low Carb Cider

Castaway Low Carb Apple Cider is a cider owned by Woolworth, one of the biggest supermarket chains in Australia. “Produced in Western Australia” not made nor fermented, yeah um, suspicious. Read More

Spreyton Cider Kingston Black Special Release
4 months ago

Spreyton Cider Kingston Black Special Release

Spreyton Cider, Kingston Black, Special Release. That should be about everything you need to know about this Tasmanian cider. But I wouldn’t be doing my job if I didn’t dive just a little bit deeper.  Read More