hard cider


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hard cider

[¦härd ′sīd·ər]
(food engineering)
Fermented apple cider that contains less than 10% alcohol.
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The cider is "made with heirloom apples, and that's a commodity that isn't easy to get anymore with the hard cider craze," Owner Paula Frederick said.
Hawk Knob is a locally-sourced distillery that produces hard cider and mead (a fermented honey and water alcoholic beverage).
Two years ago, WildCraft launched a community-wide fruit drive, asking local residents to bring in their surplus apples, pears and plums in exchange for juice, hard cider or other perks, including tickets to its annual harvest party.
We don't have the orchards like they have in the Pacific Northwest, and we don't have the warehouse space where they can store a year's worth of apples," says Jennifer Seiwald, owner of Scrumpy's Hard Cider Bar in Fort Collins.
Flexo Impressions, a label and shrink sleeve printer in Savage, MN, USA, was awarded a "Benny," the highest honor in the 2015 Premier Print Awards, for their Hard Cider WoodVeneer Label.
Far more likely, a rather tart, bitter apple best used to create, you guessed it, hard cider.
The Perfect hard cider glass targets one of the newest and fastest growing segments in craft brewing, Libbey said.
On a table near the back wall, we found a neat row of three signature varieties of hard cider sold by owner Diane Flynt, and with a quick glimpse to the right, we could see the steel tanks where apples were metamorphosing into hard cider.
Woodchuck Hard Cider of Middlebury, VT, has released a new draft-only 5% abv Woodchuck Hopped Apple Cider.
A recent report from market researcher Mintel contends that Americans are drinking less domestic beer and opting increasingly for craft beers, hard cider, and wine and spirits.