About This Beer
To craft their signature Dry Cider, the Cider experts at Greenwood hand-pressed their classic Washington apple blend, alongside heirloom and wild apples — all picked from local farms, small homesteads, and abandoned orchards! .
Every sip of this hand-pressed, unfiltered sipper sparkles with bright hints of tart apple peel, crisp lime, and fresh straw, with an almost completely dry bite.
Solid, everything you want in a dry cider
A very mellow cider, crisp and refreshing. Slight but not overpowering tartness that lingers on the tongue, and very effervescent.
As a cider fan I was extremely impressed with this dry cider. Dry, crisp, yet smooth - delicious blending on this beauty
I just felt it was lacking taste. Almost like it was watered down. Strange, especially considering it’s 7.8% ABV.
delicious - only complaint is high abv, which made it a bit heavy (relatively speaking) as i got further into the bottle
Light, crisp, with a hint of sweetness. Highly refreshing.
As the name suggests, it was drier than I expected for a cider.
I don't normally go for dry, but I was interested in trying this cider. It did not disappoint. It is very refreshing and has a not too sweet taste. The higher abv sneaks up on you, in a good way.
It reminds me of a light apple beer from Switzerland I can't remember the name of. Very easy to drink. Crisp and light
Dry and a bit tart. Tasty
Nice and dry. Wonderful.
Tastes like a dry angry orchard but better
Very crisp and refreshing. Very apple forward flavors up front. It appears and drinks like a sweet Chardonnay.
Wow...Crisp cider that isn't over the top sweetness or carbonation. I wish I had bought more.
quality dry cider
enjoyed this very much. can't go wrong with a good dry cider!
This was terrible! Awful taste from the start of the first sip.
I had better Cider but not bad
an excellent cider that gives the same vibes as a dry wine
good just a faint apple taste but not too sweet witch is perfect
Greenwood’s Dry is very light, very dry, very pale – almost like white wine. It might go well with delicate food (fish, salads), but it’s slightly lacking in personality compared to Greenwood’s other offerings.
ain’t kidding. dry and great cider
Not much flavor from this cider but easy to drink and refreshing at the very least