Cider52 Goal: A Cider Review A Week or 52 American Ciders in 2013

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Cider52: A Cider Review A Week The original plan: 52 weeks, 52 cider tastings, pairings and postings. As of May 3, 2013  we revised our goal, now it’s 52 American Made Ciders to be reviewed in 2013. We’ll continue to explore and review World Cider, but the 52 Ciders in 2013 goal is now CIDER USA.

With barely 13 weeks left in 2013 – we better get busy if we intended to meet our goal. So expect more cider reviews in these last few months of 2013 The Year of Cider.

US CIDERS REVIEWED SO FAR:

The list of American Ciders reviewed with links to the reviews:

January 2013

Original Sin Hard Cider Newtown Pippin

February 2013

Harvest Moon Cidery Four Screw Hard Cider with Maple Syrup

Pomona cider/braggot on cask, house brewed at Birreria, Eataly NY

March 2013

Slyboro Cider House Hidden Star

Slyboro Cider House Old Sin

April 2013

West Country Cider Redfield 

Harvest Moon Cidery Heritage Hops Hard Cider with Hops

Breezy Hill Orchard Hudson Valley Farmhouse Cider

West County Reine de Pomme 

Cider In Context: Breezy Hill Orchard Farmhouse Cider, Slyboro Cider Old Sin, Farnum Hill Extra Dry Cider

May 2013

Crispin THE SAINT

Crispin BARE NAKED 

Farnum Hill DOORYARD Batch 1202A 

Breezy HIll Orchard Barrel Tasting (6) ciders and barrel samples 

ANTHEM Organic Traditionally Fermented Cider 

June 2013

Aaron Burr Cider BOURBON BARREL CIDER Sparkling

Farnum Hill DOORYARD Batch 1206Tasting Journal

July 2013

Wandering  Aengus Ciderworks WANDERLUST 

August 2013

The Ciders of Summer. Our Favorite American Craft Ciders for Drinking Right Now:

September 2013

Farnum Hill FARMHOUSE CIDER

October 2013

Farnum Hill Cider DOORYARD STILL CIDER Batch 1214 pending

Eve’s Cider BECKHORN HOLLOW DRY CIDER pending

For a list of ALL ciders reviewed so far (Including ciders from around the world), see the CIDER REVIEWS: CIDER52 page.

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