This canning is a collaborative effort between Aslin Beer Company and Graft Cidery. Brewed with milk sugar, dry hopped with citra and mosiac, and conditioned on vanilla, strawberries and raspberries. Drank out of a one pint can (16 oz) and 8.5% Alc/Vol. they just released a different variation of this canning as well.
Very unique color, an orangey pink like the pulp of a grapefruit. A light foam head as well. Pleasant nose of grapefruits, strawberry creme, almost like a popsicle and some raw hops too. A bit tart with low hoppiness on the palate. Medium bodied with raspberries, a touch of lactose and a some spices. Medium plus length finish.
$$ - $4.77 a can — 2 years ago
It's that time of year — 2 years ago
Very good Sparkling cider. Medium tart apple and nose and pallet. Nice balance and “fizz.” Dry but still quite refreshing. Thanking Kevin Zraly for sharing this one. — 2 years ago
Apricot, apple, cider on the nose. Piercing acidic funky skin contact but very clean and crisp. — 2 years ago
Gold/amber, sweet, no perceptible acid, confected/candied apple, carbonated. — 2 years ago
Really one of the best domestic ciders on the market; off-dry with a ripe apple finish. — 6 years ago