Cider House Select Pear Cider
Bursting with pear flavor from the very first sip and deliciously easy to drink, Pear cider is a perfect companion for any day or evening event. Festive and light, the notes of ripe pear are complemented by a soft body and crisp finish.
A refreshing, spritzy alternative to beer--mouthwatering cider with a boozy twist is naturally gluten-free and lacks the bitterness of ale.
Striking a balance between scrumptiously sweet and tartly dry, hard cider carries an easy-drinking 5-7% alcohol content.
Served lightly carbonated, cider pairs exceptionally well with food. Fresh cheese, leafy greens, seafood morsels and anything slow-cooked, smoked or barbecued will perfectly complement the boozy apple nectar of fall.
Cider House Select Pear Cider is a crisp beverage enjoyed by beer and wine lovers alike.
This 6 gallon recipe kit is deliciously packed full of flavor, with juice made from apples ripe for the picking.
Note: All Cider House Select Kits require the addition of 2 pounds of corn sugar to reach their full alcohol potential
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The best drink I have ever made in 30 years everyone loves it almost went threw 6 gallons in a month unbelievable taste crisp good alcohol %
This was my second attempt at trying one of these kits for cider and still unimpressed. Just really wasn't good.
Really like it a lot. Refreshing and easy to drink. A great summer drink.
Simple to do. Easy to drink. Fruits good for you, correct? I try to drink 8 glasses a day like the doctor orderd.
This is probably the most simple way to make a cider. The kit comes with everything you need (with the exception of the 2lbs of corn sugar), in a top pocket, inside the bag. The main bottom consists of the concentrated apple base, then it comes with an unfermentable sweetener, a pear (or whatever flavor you get) flavor packet, yeast with added yeast nutrient.A few things I didn't like, #1 you have to remember to get 2lbs of corn sugar, and #2 it's a 6 gallon recipe. Both not huge deals, but I took a star away.I brewed it as a 5 gallon batch, since I was going to force carb in a 5 gallon corny keg. I also added 3lbs of corn sugar, added the whole packet of sweetener and after the fermentation, the whole flavor packet.I re-hydrated the dry yeast, and oxygenated the cider.I fermented for about a week and a half in primary, another week in secondary, then poured in flavor packet and put in keg to cool, then force carbed. I'm guessing the ABV is around 6-6.5%. When it was young it was a little too sweet and too peary. After it sat in the keg carbing for a week or so, it's much better. All in all, 5 gallons of pear apple cider for $40 (on other site), is a pretty good deal and good quality cider.