Aaron Burr Cidery

Aaron Burr Cidery

ElderBerry Apple 2015

This is so good. It has a ton of elements similar to the rare barrel sour beers. Definitely an apple cider vinegar quality. The nose smells like apples with lemon juice on them. The cider is dry with apples, berries, vinegar and a touch of herbs which I can't put my finger on. Highly recommend if you are into sour beers. — 3 months ago

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Ginger Apple Cider 2013

Still showing very nicely in 2016.
It's a 10 for me, as is everything they do. Crisp, well-balanced, and as elegant as a 'flavored' cider gets.
— 3 years ago

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Appinette Grape-Apple Cider

Far less grapey than I feared, and really damn good. — 3 years ago

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ElderBerry Apple 2015

Man! This was a stunner — 4 months ago

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Homestead Locational Ciders East Branch

Cross between sour beer and cider, I'm digging stuff like this recently for some reason! — 2 years ago

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Traminette Cider

The wine made from the traminette grapes that go into Aaron Burr Appinette! The cider is better than the wine! (rating for the cider, not the wine) — 3 years ago

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Hemlock Apple Cider

Subtle, but very interesting. Just gets more complex as it goes on. — 4 years ago

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Homestead Varietal Ciders Choke Pear

Imagine Magners, but good and dry and not so damn sweet — 4 months ago

Jasmine Chan
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Homestead Perry Choke Pear

In 2016: residual sugar and some very nice, surprising texture. Another winner from Aaron Burr.
Of note: the lees are a little clumpy, so decanting won't incorporate them. Don't be put-off by these; they add a lot to your experience of this wild-foraged offering.
— 3 years ago

Brandon Kawecki
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East Branch 2014

Another brilliant, knock-it-out-of-the-park regional blend from Aaron Burr. Crisp with a beautiful acidity and some delicate tannin. Some qualities of white Burgundy in there--probably from extended contact with lees. This is a terroir-driven cider; blends like this make Aaron Burr the star of the cider world for wine folks. — 3 years ago

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