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Bad Seed Cider

by | May 30, 2014 | Alcohol, Cider

French hard cider is often my "go to" for a refreshingly funky apple beverage. But recently I found a more locally based product; Bad Seed Cider, a Highland Hills, New York state-based producer.  Devin Ritter, one of the owner-brewers periodically sells his brew at the Union Square Green Market. If you get a chance to visit the market, try to find him. He'll give you an education in cider varieties. Meeting him, I purchased a few bottles of his "IPC," which uses IPA beer yeast, along with some "semi dry," which Devin said wasn't quite as funky as French cider but has similar crispness. What I like about these ciders is the clean taste, effervesence more akin to a champagne. They drink well and go good with almost any food.

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  1. Lorres

    Local cideries are springing up all over here upstate. Start looking for them and do lots more tasting!


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