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2013/02/20

Cider review: Woodchuck Hard Cider - Amber

I sampled some Woodchuck cider last summer at a small Brewfest Festival in Vancouver so when I came across 'Woodchuck Hard Cider - Amber' I figured I would try a six pack and see how it tastes.

It is a cider,  it has a slight taste of apples. But the flavor is just not there. Not really tart, not really sweet, not much there. I'm rather disappointed.
Maybe one of their other brews will be better.




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