Originally Posted by WilliamSlayer
Definitly a growing distinction between sweet and dry ciders. Would you call them American vs English in terms of style?
I'm wet behind the ears but I would...
Seems the English ciders don't have much sugar in them and they're mostly fermented out really dry... I don't lump Magner's in there Because it's pretty sweet and I think it's from Ireland...
The American ciders I think were originally meant to appeal to ladies while men were drinking beer, Very very sweet.
It seems now that ciders, the European ciders, are becoming more popular, so you're seeing more ciders in the US that are dry and less sweet; MANS CIDER... Lol