Rated 5.0 out of 5
Based on 4 reviews
Ciderkin is a low abv cider that we made by soaking apple pomace in water after it's been pressed. It's the apple equivalent of Piquette.*
After pressing all of our research project apples (Salish, Cline Russet, Enterprise and Johnson Russet among others) we soaked their pomace with mineral rich Guelph water for a couple days and pressed it again. The result is a low abv crusher we want to drink all day.
This vintage of Ciderkin was fermented as a pét nat, with zero sulphur.
What's it like? Low in alcohol, our Ciderkin is light and lifted, savoury with a touch of mouthwatering salinity. It's incredibly easy-going: funky/fresh with a dash of perceptual the sweetness — it's the perfect beverage to start your night.
2.9% ABV | 750mL
Ingredients: Water, apples. Gluten free.
Wild ferment, zero residual sugar, vegan.
*Piquette is an historic grape beverage, made by soaking grape skins with water after pressing them once to make wine. This 'second pressing' results in a low abv wine, perfect for when you're craving an easy refresher. Ciderkin is made via the same process, using apple pomace instead of grape skins.