Cider

In stock at Syosset Beverage

  • 1911 Raspberry Cider
  • Ace Pineapple
  • Ace Pear
  • Angry Orchard Knotty Pear
  • Angry Orchard Old Fashioned
  • Angry Orchard Easy Apple
  • Angry Orchard 12 Packs
  • Angry Orchard Green Apple
  • Angry Orchard Cinnful Apple
  • Angry Orchard Rose 12 pack cans
  • Aspall Dry Draft Cider
  • Austin Cider Texas Honey
  • Austin Cider Pineapple
  • Austin Cider Blood Orange
  • Austin Cider Hopped
  • B Nektar Zombie Killer
  • B Nektar Slice of Life
  • B Nektar The Dudes Rug
  • B Nektar Death Unicorn
  • B Nektar Stupid Man Suit
  • Bad Ass Cider l
  • Black Thorn Blackthorn
  • Cider Boys First Press
  • Cider Boys Raspberry Smash
  • Cider Creek Cran-Mango Saison
  • Cigar City Hard Cider
  • Citizen Dirty Mayor
  • Citizen Unified Press
  • Citizen Companion
  • Citizen bROSe
  • Clos Normand Brut
  • Crispin Apple
  • Crispin Pear
  • Crispin Blackberry Pear
  • Crispin Georgia
  • Crispin The Saint
  • Crispin Honey Crisp
  • Crispin Steel Town
  • Docs Draft Cider Original Apple
  • Docs Draft Cider Peach
  • Docs Draft Cider Pumpkin
  • Docs Draft Cider Gold Rush
  • Kopparberg Pear Cider
  • Magners Irish Cider
  • Magners Irish Pear
  • Original Sin Cider
  • Rogue 7 Hop Cider
  • Rogue Fruit Salad
  • Samuel Smith Organic Apple Cider
  • Samuel Smith Organic Strawberry Cider
  • Samuel Smith Organic Cherry Cider
  • Strongbow English Cider
  • Williams Dragons Breath
  • Woodchuck Amber Cider
  • Woodchuck Granny Smith Cider
  • Woodchuck Pear Cider
  • Wyders Reposado Pear
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Hard cider is enjoying a resurgence in popularity in the US in part due to the fact that it is a gluten free product. It is still very popular in England. Hard cider is made from regular cider by fermenting it at very low temperatures(40-60 degrees)so the flavors and aroma will be better preserved. A secondary fermentation is usually done which produces a small amount of carbonation. Fermentation can take from a few weeks to a few years.Some ciders use champagne yeast. Alcohol content(2-9%) varies as much as appearance.Color ranges from pale to brown and they can also be cloudy. The variations come from the type of apples or pears used and whether or not the product has been filtered.

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