In commercial cider production, most sparkling ciders get their bubbles by way of compressed CO2 gas. This is a great system because it is affordable, fast, and consistent. There is however, another option called bottle (or cask) conditioning. In the days before stainless steel, compressed gas, and refrigeration, a beer or cider would be put into a sealed barrel or bottle when it still had just a tiny bit … Continued
A blend of fresh pressed, whole watermelons and Virginia apples, fermented with a fruit forward Belgian saison yeast. The finish is crisp and tart with no residual sugar (0g).