picture of Alpenfire Cider Glow submitted by cidersays
picture of Alpenfire Cider Glow submitted by cidersays

Glow

Alpenfire Cider, Washington, United States
ABV: 6.9%
Dry, and rich fruit aroma.


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reviewer KariB
KariB (4551) said:
Aerlie Red version. 8.2% ABV. Tan-red colored pour. Lightly tart aroma. Candy apple taste with sugar standing out. Semi-dry with a moderate puckering taste.
Reviewed on 01 Apr 2018
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reviewer cidersays
cidersays (5087) said:
Sampled at their Port Townsend tasting room. A single varietal rosé cider made from Hidden Rose red fleshed apples, which are unique for Alpenfire as they are actually a dessert apple variety (not heirloom or cider apple variety). These are rare in the U.S. as the majority are shipped to Japan, where they can fetch $12-$15 per apple! They tried to grow these in the Alpenfire orchard, but they weren’t thriving in the cool climate, so now they source them from Oregon, where the variety was discovered in the 1960s. The cider is a lovely blush color. It smells and tastes very fruity, of watermelon and strawberries, with some complexity. Very full flavored.
Reviewed on 06 Mar 2016

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