I wrote a while back that I had been making beer and cider and even posted some YouTube video’s of a Home Brewing workshop I held for the Melton Sustainable Living Group.
That was back in June. Time flys when you are living a full life. Yesterday, after the hard days work, I cracked open the cider I made during the workshop.
It reminded me of the cider that I was served in the King Arthur’s Tavern in Tintagel, Cornwall, UK when I was engaged to Kim. Yes friends, it was that good, and has a great cider flavour. Four bottles (shared with Kim and the kids) later and it tasted even better. That really capped off my fathers day celebrations!
I have also been drinking the Dark ale and the Cerveza. Both brews have lived up to expectations and are extremely palatable. The Dark Ale is best drunk at about 10C, and has a rich malty flavour and holds a great head. The Cerveza is light, and fantastic with a wedge of organic lime straight from my tree.
Here is a picture, and don’t be fooled by the containers. It is my own beer.