Beer Style: Cider and Perry

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Making Your Own Hard Cider

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You might remember a time when a jug of cider that sat around in the fridge too long started to get fizzy. When you removed the cap there was a little spurt

Single-Varietal Cider: Tips from the Pros

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Three cidermakers discuss single-varietal hard ciders.

Hopped Cider

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Hop heads can take a break from drinking IPAs as more and more cidermakers are adding hops to their beverages.


Ice Cider

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If you like making hard cider, you might enjoy making ice cider. Try fermenting this delicious dessert beverage that hails from the cool climate of Québec.

Sparkling Cyser

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A thirst-quenching but deceptively strong sparkling brew. Darker than most, because of the cider. Serve chilled.

Cider and Perry

English Hard Cider

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This cider is strong, still, and balanced, approximately 7 percent alcohol by volume.
Cider and Perry

New England Hard Cider

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This cider is drier, slightly stronger, bubbly but not champagne-like, approximately 4.5 percent alcohol by volume.
Cider and Perry

Cidre Normande

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This cider is light, sweet, fruity, and effervescent, approximately 3.5 percent alcohol by volume.
Cider and Perry

Cyserale

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Partial mash with honey and fruit juice.
Cider and Perry, Fruit Beer, Mead
All Grain, Extract with Grains, Partial Mash

Make Your Own Cider

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Cider. The word has mythological overtones, especially in rural areas where it is or was made. But just what is it? What differentiates it from mere “apple juice”? After all, technically, unfermented

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