Alpenfire Cider, WA, US

picture of Alpenfire Cider Cinders submitted by KariB
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Dry, plus smooth tasting.

Taste Properties


reviewer KariB
KariB (11007) said:
Reddish pour with a hint of orange coloring. Highly carbonated. Aroma and taste have a strong fruit presence with the apple flesh the dominating characteristic for both with a slight hint of funk.
Reviewed on 11 Sep 2018
reviewer cidersays
cidersays (5160) said:
Sampled at their Port Townsend tasting room. This is their newest release, a Methode Champenoise version of Glow, and a very limited release of 454 bottles ($38 each). Methode Champenoise is an old world labor-intensive way of making a naturally carbonated champagne-style cider. It involves secondary fermentation in the bottle, daily hand turning of bottles on a riddling rack, and manual disgorging of the residual yeast sediment. It smells more yeasty than fruity to me. I was surprised how dry the Methode Champenoise made it. The flavor seemed mild, especially compared to Glow. A completely different cider.
Reviewed on 06 Mar 2016

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