Made with the second pressing of apples with the addition of spring water, this is our modern interpretation of the old historic drink, ciderkin. Here we used the dessert apple Egremont Russet, spontaneously fermented in tank on top of apple lees. Later on we infused with whole Chinook hops, grown by our friends here at Brook House Farm, before bottle conditioning. Originally from the Pacific North West, Chinook has happily made its home in the Herefordshire countryside. With its grapefruit and pine freshness, it sits beautifully with the bassier baked apple and nutty notes of the Egremont Russet. Combined they make for a breezy, bright glass of fruit, flowers and herbs that could, and possibly should, be crushed all day long!Naturally low in alcohol, it’s a super-refreshing, thirst-slaking drink in which all the grapefruit, pine and gentle bitterness of the hops meets the bold spiciness of russet apples! This re-creation of ciderkin, an old drink of agriculture, is designed to slake a thirst and does this well. Bar snacks are also perfect though, as are glorious salads, vegetarian fare and herby fish and chicken dishes.Contains naturally occurring sediment.