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A farmhouse style cider that celebrates traditional cider making practices. We start with fresh apples grown along Highway 101, which are then cold pressed into a delicious raw juice. The juice undergoes several months of spontaneous fermentation, and is left bone dry. Full of barnyard character and oozing with minerality, this cider is perfect for the sour beer lover or the sparkling wine connoisseur.

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Due to its increased levels of alcohol, Scrumpy is like a hard hard cider, if that makes sense. What Scrumpy lacks in top end sweetness and flavor, it makes up for with a typically higher alcohol content.

Make no mistake, the Farmhouse Scrumpy we offer in bottles, bag in boxes and flagons is a well crafted blend. If the term scrumpy brings back any memories of a harsh or rough cider, we can help dispel those.

Orchard Gate Gold is fermented naturally in small artisanal batches from a proprietary blend of organic apples grown here at our Koan Family Orchards in Michigan. We have produced hard ciders here since the 1860s. This is the same traditional recipe that helped save our farm during the great depression. There will be slight variations from batch to batch, just as nature makes no two apples alike!

Scrumpy is a type of cider originating in the West of England,[1] particularly the West Country. Traditionally, the dialect term "scrumpy" was used to refer to what was otherwise called "rough", a harsh cider made from unselected apples.[2]

Various origins of the name scrumpy have been proposed. The Oxford English Dictionary, which finds the term first used in 1904, derives it from the noun scrump, meaning "something withered or dried up", not specifically apples. Other claimed derivations include a noun scrimp with the same meaning, derived from a verb scrump, meaning "to steal fruit".[4][5] Neither of these meanings is attested in the Oxford English Dictionary, and the English Dialect Dictionary confirms the existence of the word scrump applied to "anything small or undersized", particularly apples, and notes a related word scrumpling for a small apple.[6][7] It can be applied to basic homemade ciders as well as to commercially produced and marketed varieties.

In 1997 a legal case on trademark law was fought in Ireland between Symonds and Showerings (Ireland), in which the defendant successfully argued that "scrumpy" was a part of the "commonage" of the language, being a generic term referring to rough dry farmhouse cider.[8]

Traditional "rough" was invariably fermented out to absolute dryness, with a strong, full bodied character but no distinguishable apple flavour: in 19th century Devon "rough" was much preferred for home consumption, while sweeter, less alcoholic cider was produced for an 'export' market outside the county.[9] "Rough" was known as the customary drink of farm labourers in the west of England, who would generally receive up to a quart (1.1 litres) daily as an incentive on top of their wages.

Modern scrumpy can be dry or sweet, and is usually still rather than carbonated, but may have some degree of carbonation.[10][11] However, it tends to be stronger in alcohol and more tannic than most commercial ciders. Due to its traditional methods of production, it is usually very pulpy, and resultantly often cloudy in appearance.[3]

As well as scrumpy made with apples, there also exists pear scrumpy, similar to perry. Scrumpy and Western describes a kind of music from the West Country, where scrumpy is traditionally produced, typified by The Wurzels.

In the novel, Foxglove Summer, part of the Rivers of London series by British author Ben Aaronvich, river goddess Beverly Brook introduces Constable Peter Grant to scrumpy following a night spent facing down two carnivorous unicorns.

Enjoy a pint of cider on a warm day with our delicious English Heritage scrumpy cider. The fruity, still cider is produced using traditional West Country cider making methods, using the freshly pressed juice of locally grown apples to produce a quality, full-flavoured drink. It is created exclusively for English heritage and is packaged into a flagon bottle that looks great when presented as a gift.

There are two methods of making cider one is using the traditional method and allowing wild yeast to ferment the cider, the other is using a cultured yeast sachet. Both can produce a great cider. It is a matter of experimentation and deciding which method you prefer. You can even try both and see whether you can taste the difference. Check out our YouTube videos on this:

24 hours after adding the campden tablet add a 5 gram cider yeast sachet which is suitable to ferment 23 litre (5 gallons) of juice. Ferment at a temperature between 18 and 24 degrees C. Fermenting at the cooler end of this scale will produce better results. If fermentation has not commenced within a fortnight you may need to add some yeast nutrient. It is also worth giving the brew a stir to get oxygen into it which encourages healthy yeast growth. Fermentation can take weeks or months in some cases.

When the bubbles through the airlock have slowed this shows that fermentation is close to ending, if you take a hydrometer reading and it is below 1005 you can rack off to a secondary vessel to clear. You can add a campden tablet at this point, this will protect it during the transfer. Repeat this process if more sediment forms. Keep it in a cool place as this can help the sediment settle and improve the clarity of the cider. If your cider is acidic leave it to ferment on further in the original vessel and start the racking process once the cider tastes more palatable. This is called malolactic fermentation where malic acid is converted to lactic acid which is less sharp. If you added a campden tablet before fermentation this may not work. Keep it in a moderately warm place during this time.

Once fermentation is complete you can move on to bottling. Before transferring to bottles add another campden tablet which will protect the cider during the transferring process. Leave it in the bottles for at least 2 months and keep away from direct sunlight.

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Price:$9.99 / 1.25L bottleSample/s Supplied by:Disclosure StatementFULL DISCLOSURE: A number of units of this product have, at some time, been supplied to KIWIreviews by Harvest Cidery or their agents for the purposes of unbiased, independent reviews. No fee was accepted by KIWIreviews or the reviewers themselves - these are genuine, unpaid consumer reviews.Available:at selected quality retailersHarvest Scrumpy Apple Cider product reviewsBack in the day a few thirst Englishmen got into the habit of raiding orchards for fruit to brew their cider. The sneaky buggers called their missions "Scrumping" and the resulting drop "Scrumpy".Today we don't nick the fruit, but the spirit and passion of scrumping still lives on.Check out Harvest Cidery online

Review by: preciouslives (Nicole)Dated: 26th of December, 2014 This Review: 7.5/10Taste:Value for Money:Portion Size:Personal Choice:A great refreshing cider. Good value for money and in a good bottle easy to close and save for another day if you just want a glass. Perfect drink for a hot day. Some people don't like the strong one-flavor fruity cider however this one most of my friends enjoy as its just the perfect not-too-sweet flavor. Good value for money around $10 and can get it from local supermarkets to hand. You to just put in your supermarket shop and there you have a nice refreshing drink for a hot Summer day. We have also tried having this cider in ice and it went down a real treat and didn't go flat if you just put 2 - 3 pieces of ice per glass.This brand is not a new brand to it has been around on the shelves for awhile now so I am sure they will bring out more flavors in time to come as they already have done. So why not have a BBQ and a cold glass of this cider I am sure it will go down a real treat for you and your friends and family we love it and buy it often.

Review by: rekebum (Shani)Dated: 22nd of November, 2014 This Review: 9.0/10Taste:Value for Money:Portion Size:Personal Choice:The appealing factor of Scrumpy for me is the value for money, the size of the bottle and if you are out for a good night the alcohol level. The bottle states Apple, Fresh with a bite and it is not wrong. I found it to have quite a sour flavour but it was still nice to drink. One 1.25 litre bottle is 8.1 standard drinks. For me I could not drink the entire bottle alone as the flavour was a little sickly after a while. I think if I was to mix it with lemonade or orange juice this would improve the flavour and make the bottle last a longer period of time. The bottles are eye catching and the labels are informative. I like there messages are made in a fun, joking, light hearted way. Being a plastic bottle they too are recyclable. I find with plastic bottles Cider looses it "fizz" a lot faster. In saying that the Scrumpy apple cider did not seem as fizzy as other Cider's and certainly nothing like Scrumpys Raspberry flavoured cider which has a decent amount of fizz to it. I do not feel that this affected the taste at all. While this is not my favourite flavour it is still a nice refreshing drink that is great value for money! 041b061a72

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