Sacrilege Sour Cherry by Reverend Nat's Hard Cider in Oregon, United States

About Sacrilege Sour Cherry by Reverend Nat's Hard Cider

Others profess to produce a cherry cider, but none begin with 100% sour Granny Smith apples (eschewing all other apple varieties for their lack of sourness) unified with the superior Montmorency sour cherry (aka Prunus cerasus, a superior and vastly dissimilar cherry to Prunus avid, the bird cherry, the mere mazzard, so commonly used in cough syrup and children’s sweet-snacks) and the exotic Baladon sour cherry, fermented with an English Ale yeast (procured from a fine brewery in Chiswick, London), rounded out with a spot of Bartlett pear juice (undeniably the world's greatestpear-flavored pear) and completed with a touch of spiciness(largely attributable to the ghost chili pepper, although married with a secret spice), precisely enough to make your vigor race and spirits embrace another gulp.


Reverend Nat is a single-minded cider evangelist who searches the world for superior ingredients to handcraft the most unusual ciders that no one else will make.

Reverend Nat's Hard Cider makes Sacrilege Sour Cherry Fruit / Vegetable Beer