Does a sweet cider plus a dry cider equal Decadence? Peckham’s seems to think so because that is what they have done to make the Decadence cider. Read More
Peckham’s Farmhouse Cider is taking classic English cider apples and fermenting them in a traditional manner…… but made on the opposite side of the world in New Zealand.
I’ve been wanting to write about a Peckhams for a while. I’ve only tried one of them a few years ago, Unfortunately, travel is tough right now. But then I release that hey the up and coming cider social media star Marguerite is over in NZ and she is about to crack open a can of Peckham’s Farmhouse so here is Real Cider Reviews’ first-ever guest review.
A few years ago, I wrote about the Scoundrels and Rogues Repeat Offender. Well, this bad boy dry cider is back at it with the Repeat Offender 2017 addition. Read More
The Evil Genius is an imperial style cider from New Zealand’s Scoundrels and Rogues. Imperial, these days seems to be a byword for a very high alcohol beverage and at 11% this could get very evil. Read More
Continuing on the trail, hunting for New Zealand’s Craft Ciders, I found a can of Peckham’s Cidery – Alex’s Apple Cider. Whenever I spoke to a Kiwi about their ciders, the name Peckham’s came up again and again. Here’s hoping they live up to the hype.
Scoundrels And Rogues’ Repeat Offender Cider started off as one of those passion projects. Raiding abandoned orchards for baskets of apples. This cider from Christchurch is part 2 of my Craft Ciders of New Zealand series. Read More
Townshend Brewery is fairly unique as far as breweries go. While beer is their main focus, Townshend Brewery also make 2 ciders, all from apples in their own orchard. All traditional cider apple varieties from Europe. All go into the Sitbee Cider. Read More