Left to its own devices during making any cider will ferment to dry; the yeasts will keep turning the sugars from the apple juice into alcohol until no sugar remains. Much of the complexity of alcohol is created by the act of fermentation itself, and dry ciders hold the fullest fermentations that the apple juice allows. So it can be the most nuanced and complex cider of any style..


First things first, are you of legal drinking age?

No, but I'm working on it