Friday, July 9, 2010

Crispin Ciders

Crispin Cider Company was launched in 2008. They are headquarted in Minneapolis but the cider is produced in Northern California. Crispin Hard Ciders are naturally fermented using a premium apple juice blend, not from concentrate, with no added malt, grape wine or spirit alcohol. All of their ciders are gluten-free. Crispin Ciders acquired Fox Barrel Cider Company in January 2010.

Part I
Crispin Original
Crispin Brut
Crispin Light

Part II
Honey Crisp
The Saint

Part III
Fox Barrel Black Currant Cider
Fox Barrel Pear Cider


Crispin cider said...

Both Honey Crisp and the Saint require a quick shake of the bottle, before opening, to stir up the sediment sitting at the bottom of the bottle, from the cloudy filtration. That might explain why they both started off looking a bit thinner than normal.The last pour would have been thick and delicious.

The Foaming Head said...


I just responded to this on YouTube. I gave the bottle a quick shake but it obviously sat to long and needed another. I was kicking myself all night and was worried I ruined the whole video. The last glass was very thick, and very tasty. I am hoping that only the color would be impacted rather than the taste. Very, very upset with myself.