American Hard Cider for Thanksgiving

Posted by: T. Andrew Nemeckay Publish Date: Nov 20, 2017

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American Hard Cider for
Cider is so perfect for the hearty, rustic flavors of fall that it just feels right for Thanksgiving (and it’s historically accurate, too.) But which cider should you choose? Here are a few general cider-choosing guidelines, plus some foolproof cider options that would be a welcome addition to any Turkey Day feast.
When picking cider to serve alongside your turkey and stuffing, there are a few key characteristics to look for. First, choose a carbonated cider, not a still one. Thanksgiving food is typically heavy and the cider’s carbonation will help cleanse the palate and prepare it for the next course.
Next, look for a cider with medium to full body and a hint of sweetness. Dry ciders are fantastic as an aperitif or with delicate food, but a more versatile cider is needed when serving one bottle against many different sweet-savory dishes. The sweetness of yams and cranberry sauce will make dry cider feel out of balance. A a semi-dry (or semi-sweet) ciders will have enough body and more pronounced flavor to shine with these foods.
Finally, Thanksgiving calls for a cider with a bit of earthiness. The rustic nature of a full bodied, earthy cider made from heirloom apples will best complement the root vegetables and hearty flavors of gravy and stuffing. It also helps to if your cider has pronounced, round tannins to stand up to the richness of a full day of indulgence.
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