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Blackthorn Cider

Beer Style: 
Cider
Serving Style.: 
500 ML Can
Alcohol Content: 
6.0% ABV
Where Purchased?: 
L.C.B.O
Beer Rating: 
3

Blackthorn Cider

I'm not usually a cider drinker but I do like the occasional cider or perry.
This being summer (a lousy one so far) and just starting vacation, I thought I would give one a try.
I may not be doing it justice but here we go.

No head but there are carbonation bubble rising in the apple juice coloured beverage.
The aroma is of sour apples.
Tastes are not much like the aroma. There is a bright sour apple flavour with a very nice dry finish. Quite sharp tasting and sometimes almost vinegar like in the mouth.
Some subtle sweetness and an almost white wine taste to it.
Not too bad at all and quite nice on a warm day.




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reviewed by:
Bruce Ticknor

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Serving Style:
473ml can
Where Purchased:
L.C.B.O.
Beer Rating:
4

Headstrong Pale Ale

A medium sized, coarse, off white head which lasted throughout, on a reddish copper coloured beer.
The aroma is of bread dough with a slight floral/citrus scent. The citrus intensified as the beer sat for a few minutes.
The feel is quite full and creamy.
This is a nicely hopped beer, tastes of floral/citrus over bread dough and earthiness.
A citrus sparkle with a touch of sweet caramel to finish.

A slightly North Americanized pale ale, very drinkable and, with all the hops, very refreshing.
I will buy this one again often.




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