Retired Libations

Ciders come and ciders go. These have gone. Remember your favorites or read about the weird ones I decided not to make any more.

  • Deliverance Ginger (retired)

    Vol. 750ml / 6.5% ABV

    Sweetness Off-Dry



    For Deliverance Ginger, I made hard cider made with American dessert apples, and added fresh ginger juice along with just hint of pure cane sugar. It’s not sweet though; it’s off-dry. So much ginger flavor explodes in your mouth that it’s a far cry from a wine cooler. Fermented using white wine yeasts with light carbonation.

  • Providence Traditional New England

    Vol. 750 ml / 10.2% ABV

    Sweetness Fully Dry



    This vinous and spicy hard cider follows a classic recipe dating from early 1600’s Colonial America. It is fermented with hundred of pounds of raisins, dark muscovado sugar, cinnamon and nutmeg and has been sitting on oak for at least ten months. More…

  • Bourbon-Barrel-Aged Raspberry Newtown Pippin

    Vol. 750 ml / 6.9% ABV

    Sweetness Fully Dry



    I have soaked my multiple award winning Revelation Newtown Pippin cider with a helping of wild raspberries in repurposed Burnside Bourbon barrels for a full nine months. More…