A Note on This Beer
Following an early Colonial American Recipe, Reverend Nat’s newest Winter Abbey Spice Cider was fermented for 6 months on raisins, and aged another 10 months on American oak. This limited-run winter seasonal delivers bold depths of allspice and rustic apple desserts--a deeply robust palate ideal for winter-time enjoyment.
Winter Abbey Spice Cider fulfills every Cider fans wishlist with its crafting of mulled flavors--a richness missing from current mainstream ciders. Crafted with pre-prohibition sensibility and extending aging, this Cider’s dry sweetness and dark fruit notes is pure flavor authenticity.
A heavenly aroma whispers of this Cider’s warm flavors of cinnamon and nutmeg. Using apples from Mt. Hood’s famous Kiyokawa Family Orchards, is blended with a melange of dark muscavado sugar, cinnamon, and nutmeg was used to give this Cider its vivid aromatic taste. Resting on raisins and oak enhances the vinous apple characters with notes of woody vanilla and sweet dried fruit.
Early community reviews of this Cider praise its exquisite spice blend, and warm fruit. And if it’s 7.4% ABV isn’t enough to warm you up, Reverend Nat suggests heating this Cider, a sure way to fill your home with cozy holiday cheer.
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