Redd's Apple Ale

This review has been updated here.

Okay, these people need to stop calling things "ale" when they don't know what else to call it. I'd call it a kind of cider. The definition of ale, according to The Google is, "A type of beer with a bitter flavor and higher alcoholic content." This Georgian beverage has a lowly alcohol content of 5% by volume and is decidedly sweet.

It's not a beer, and one should not confuse the two. Fortunately, I have recently had experience with adult apple-based beverages, and this is not a shock to me. Instead, I am enjoying it for what it is - sweet and tangy. As long as you're in the mood for apple juice with a very tiny little (almost imperceptible) touch of alcohol, this is perfectly good.

It's my second such beverage, but the first from Redd's. Unfortunately, I only have a vague recollection of it pretty much tasting the same as this one.



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