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Brooklyn Cider House

Bone Dry Cider

Bone Dry Cider

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Region: Brooklyn, New York

Country: United States

Volume: 355ml Can, 750ml Bottle

Bone Dry is a tart, complex cider that is our take on American heritage ciders. It undergoes two fermentations and is then aged on lees for 8-10 months to further develop its texture and flavors.

Apples: Dabinett, Geneva Tremlett, Harry Master's Jersey, Chisel Jersey, Manchurian Crab

Tasting Notes: Notes of grapefruit and citrus are married with beautiful minerality. Expect a lightly carbonated, refreshing mouthfeel with crisp acidity, and slight earthiness on the finish.

Dan Berger’s International Cider Competition: 2017 Bronze Medal; GLINTCAP: 2016 Silver Medal, 2017 Bronze Medal, 2018 Silver Medal, 2019 Bronze Medal
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Brooklyn Cider House

Brooklyn Cider House is a craft cidery located in the heart of Brooklyn, New York. Founded with a passion for reviving traditional cider-making methods, the Brooklyn Cider House produces a range of artisanal ciders that showcase the rich flavors of locally sourced apples. Using a blend of both heirloom and modern apple varieties, each cider is crafted to balance sweetness, acidity, and complexity, resulting in a refreshing and authentic drinking experience.

The cidery also boasts a unique and inviting tasting room where visitors can enjoy their ciders paired with delicious Basque-inspired cuisine. With a commitment to sustainability and community, Brooklyn Cider House not only offers exceptional ciders but also fosters a welcoming and educational environment for cider enthusiasts and newcomers alike. Whether you're a seasoned cider aficionado or new to the world of hard cider, Brooklyn Cider House offers a taste of tradition with a modern twist.

So..What's natural wine again?

  • No synthetic molecules in the vines
  • Plowing or other solutions to avoid chemical herbicides
  • Use of indigenous yeast
  • Handpicked grapes
  • Low to no filtering
  • Low to no sulfites
  • Winemaking that respects the grapes: no pumping or rough handling
    of the grapes
  • no micro-oxygenation

Not all of our wines are natural; some are simply organic or sustainable.
However, they're all delicious and good for you!