hard cider

Discussion in 'Beverages' started by 4_Leaf_Clover, May 9, 2004.

  1. 4_Leaf_Clover

    4_Leaf_Clover I Love

    anyone else here like cider drinks?

    i just got some "woodchuck's amber cider" from vermont.
    it's really damn good :)

    it's a refreshing break from beer and wine.

    any other good cider recommendations?
  2. Pressed_Rat

    Pressed_Rat Do you even lift, bruh?

    Woodchuck Cider is the best bottled hard cider I've had. It's not too sweet. It makes for a good late-fall drink. It's also very good warmed.
  3. nesta

    nesta Banned

    yeah, woodchuck's is some great stuff...i wouldn't have thought to heat it up, but that sounds like a great idea. i'd just be afraid of getting it too hot and losing the alcohol, but if done carefully i'm sure thats not a problem...
  4. I mix hard cider with sierra mist and it's really good.
  5. In Europe I don't think we have non-alcoholic cider.

    Or else we'd probably just call it apple juice.


    Kneecracker Cider is good or
    as i'm from Somerset in the UK where Cider is
    prolific and made in abundance everywhere,
    you can't beat ''Scrumpy Jacks'' or ''Perrys''
    where you go to the farmers own brewery
    and fills your gallon containers up.:)
  7. jocap

    jocap Member

    1,Get a hold of some apple cider (not to be confused with apple juice. Apple juice is finely filtered and sugar is added).

    2, Allow apple cider to go “hard” (turn to alcohol).

    3, Put container (plastic milk type with lid) holding cider into the freezer and allow container to freeze solid.

    4, Because alcohol doesn’t freeze the center of the container will be holding pure apple flavored alcohol or "AppleJack”.

    5, Remove from freezer and with a ¼” to ½” drill bit, drill a hole through the center of the container.

    6, Pour contents into a holding container.

    7, You now have 200 proof “AppleJack”.


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