Cider Apples

Brown’s Apple

Brown’s Apple is another example of a must-have cider apple. Grown most often in England, Brown’s Apple is uniquely useful for cidermakers due to it’s high sugar content. Instead of using eating apples to add natural sugars to cider, Brown’s Apple is not very tasty to eat. Instead, pressing this apple for its cider and …

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Kingston Black

Kington Black apples are well-known for the dark red skins. They are one of the most popular cider apples in the world, with most Kingston Black trees being located in the UK. These trees are not easy to grow and require more care than an average apple tree. Kingston Black apples are tart, have little …

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