New England-style Cider

To produce New England-style Cider, cidermakers employ a process called chaptalization, which involves adding sugar to increase alcoholic strength. Raisins are often added and it is not uncommon for this style to be barrel-aged. New England-style cider ranges in color from a dark honey gold to a deep amber and offers flavor notes of caramel, raisins, and oak-barrel character. In the US, examples can sometimes be labeled as Apple Wine.

ABV: 7-13% | IBU: 0-0 | Glassware: Tulip

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