An Angry Orchard sparkler and a Sam
The Cincinnati company began with Italian culinary apples and French bittersweet apples and have expanded from there to source from the Pacific Northwest. The apples undergo the fermentation process, as can any fruit that contains sugar, yeast’s favorite food.
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Let’s wrap up this week with something a little closer to home: Samuel Adams Rebel IPA, 6.5% abv. Dark gold beer under a white head with a rich malt nose. the palate is a blend of hops and malt, with very good bitterness, good light carbonation, medium alcohol that blends in smoothly, and medium-plus to high flavor intensity of bread, caramel, hints of grain, and pine/herbal notes. Another refreshing choice for summer.
Tickets ($50) are still available for Thursday night’s ninth annual Winnipesaukee Wine Festival from 5:30 to 8 p.m. at Church Landing in Meredith. For information about the benefit festival visit thecman.com or call 968-9330 to order tickets.
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