2018 Ciders #53: Harleston Cideroad

(This post did try to call itself ‘1989’.  Tempted as I was to leave it, my need for my cider series to be organised properly is greater.)

This was a cider that I tried last month when the Free Trade Inn in central Newcastle had it on draught.

It wouldn’t be a British summer without one independent real cider!  It’s quite light-tasting for a rough, but it shows its true colours towards the end of the pint, when the taste gets stronger.  I presume this is due to the stuff that sinks!

You can see the proper logo on the Harleston website.

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