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Short of the best god damn drink thats ever graced your tongue, its unfiltered apple/pear juice thats been fermented. Cider alcohol content varies from 1.2% ABV to 8.5% or more in traditional English ciders, and 3.5% to 12% in continental ciders.

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Mead is a wine made from honey, water and yeast. The sweetness ranges from dry to sweet, it can be still, petillant (ever so lightly carbonated), or sparkling. It's the oldest fermented beverage, but the least known.

Melomel is a mead made with the addition of fruit. A cyser is a melomel made with apples, and a pyment is a melomel where grapes are used.

A traditional mead with herbs and/or spices added. Some of the most common metheglins are ginger, tea, orange peel, nutmeg, coriander, cinnamon, cloves or vanilla. Its name indicates that many metheglins were originally employed as folk medicines. The Welsh word for mead is medd, and the word "metheglin" derives from meddyglyn, a compound of meddyg, "healing" + llyn, "liquor".

They don't taste like apple piss, Whatever that means.

All of our ciders and meads are naturally gluten free.

We use honey in most of our creations so some say yes others say no.

Go home, you're too drunk for this FAQ.

Nope, Apple wine has an ABV greater than 8.5% in the US and is only labeled so by the government for tax purposes.

No, we eat animals of the cloven hooves regularly.