Bitter and rich in flavour. Best served ice cold!
News Year's Ale for 2023. We may need lots of this throughout this year if the previous 3 years are anything to go by.
A bad year for apples, but I managed to snaffle a few. for this year's offering of cider.
Autumn 2011's cider is ready! Chrystal clear, effervescent like champagne, somewhat tart, necessarily a little alcoholic, and never sweet. The label reads:
Ye fyne vintage from the year of our Lorde 2011 on the day 1 October. Made from the fruite pilfer'd of ye olde Apple treese from yonder twee village of Balcombe, West Sussex
Rotted by Master Apple-Rotterer, Gerrit.
Guaranteed to crush scull, rot gut, loose memory, succumbe from ye olde gout. ASBO Knighthood optional.
And great on cornflakes for breakfast!