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By Kim Hart Macneill 19 September 2016 Share this story
Traditional Hard Cider
Elderkin’s Farm Market and Cider Co.
An olde-tyme cider perfect for those who love straight-up tart apple flavour.
No Boats on Sunday
Andrew Peller Ltd.
Bottled in Truro. Medium dry with a slightly sweet finish.
Red Rover Craft Cider
Tart. Refreshing. Easy to drink. (But you’ll have to visit New Brunswick to pick up a bottle of this spicy cider.)
Tideview/Noggins Corner Farm Market
A distinctly Annapolis Valley cider featuring heirloom apples such as Golden Russet and Northern Spy.
New Ross, N.S.
A dry-hopped cider brings a taste of bitter to the natural sweetness of local apples.
This story was originally published in Halifax Magazine.
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