Crispin Original

~I'm not a beer. I'm a cider.~

I wrote: "This apple cider is simple and refreshing. It feels a lot more clean and frankly crisper than other apple ciders which I can remember. The flavor reminds me of the flavor of apple juice found in those round-shaped plastic bottles I often had as a kid. One could say its apple juice, but with 5% alcohol by volume."


I had a taste of my friend's Crispin (draft) and I think some of the ice had melted and slightly diluted the cider, easing some of the crispness. Nevertheless, it was tasty and a different experience from a glass than from a bottle. I doubt I could tell if either Crispin from the tap or from a bottle is better.


Crispin Original

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From the tap at Golden West Cafe.

Crisp over ice. A classically styled, but untraditional hard apple cider. Fruit forward, with a fresh, crunchy appley nose and a deliciously creamy, refreshingly crisp mouth feel.

ABV: 5%
Calories: 150
Colorants: 0
Benzoate Preservatives: 0
Sorbate Preservatives: 0
Added Sugar: 0
Added Malt or Spirit Alcohol: 0
Gluten Free: Yes
Naturally Fermented: Yes
Carbohydrates: 15g

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