Cider Monger’s Picks

9 responses to “Cider Monger’s Picks

    • Hi Stu,

      Thanks for your question. unfortunately I have yet to have an Aussie Cider. I’ve heard lots of good things though. For all your Aussie Cider Reviews you can follow my friend James Adams at AllAboutCider.com. He’ll get you sorted.

      Cheers,

      Alex

  1. I am so glad to see my 2 favourites, Merridale Traditional and Merridale Scrumpy. Look forward to trying some of the other choices from BC. Who knew?

    • Thanks for the comment! If you follow me then you know I’m a fan of Merridale! Great cider and even better people.

      Keep following, many more BC ciders will be reviewed.

      Cheers,

      Alex

  2. Hi Alex,
    Have you had a chance to tour the Monteregie cider route in Quebec or taste any of the ciders from that region? I did this a few years ago and found the variety of styles they have there to be interesting. I would be interested in how you would rate them versus some of the top ciders on your list.
    Cheers from a fellow cider nerd,
    Andy

    • Hi Andy,

      No, but I’d absolutely love to travel it. Shamefully, I haven’t spent much time on Quebec or Ice Ciders in general. With so much great stuff going on in QC it really should get more coverage on my blog…Thanks for the note and suggestion. I’ll try and cover a couple this year.

      Cheers,

      Alex

  3. Hey there – we are burners and head to Nevada every August for and have been super disappointed with our cider options in years past.
    We are looking for some great cider between Washington and Nevada – I see a Washington pick above but are there an others you can recommend that would be similar to Left Field Big Dry – or anything like it?

    Thanks!

  4. Hey! LOVE your blog. Have you tried Swift Cider from Portland Oregon? All three of their year-round ciders won medals at the GLINTCAP this past year, two golds and a bronze! You should definitely check it out, I would love to talk to you more about your blog posts and how Swift can be featured! Thanks for doing what you do!

    -Brandon
    brandon@swiftcider.com

    • Hi Brandon,

      Thanks for the message! Congratulations on the medals. Let’s connect and talk more about cider. alex AT cidermonger.com

      Looking forward to hearing from you.

      Cheers,

      Alex

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