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Cider: Examples:
Cider is a fermented beverage made from unfiltered apple juice, and is popular in the U.K., Ireland, Canada, and a few other countries. The percentage of apple juice required to be considered cider varies by country. Cider is produced by scratting (grinding down) apples into what is called pomace. The pomace is then crushed by a cider press to extract the juice which is put into a vat. The fermentation was traditionally done using wild yeast, however, cultured yeast is more common today. The cider must ferment for at least 3 months. The finished product can be sweet, dry, or anywhere in between, and typically has an alcohol content between 5% and 10% give or take. Carbonation can vary as well from the UK style cask ciders with low CO2 to the more mass produced varieties that tend to have more.
  • Thistly Cross Whiskey Cask Cider
  • J.K.'s Solstice Hard Cider
  • Bulmers Original Irish Cider
  • Strongbow Cider
  • Woodpecker Cider

  • Mead: Examples:
  • Valley Vineyards Honey Mead
  • Medovina Sweet Melissa
  • New Day Imperial Breakfast Magpie
  • Redstone Black Folie





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