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Brickworks Cider – Field & Berry

Brickworks Cider – Field & Berry

Cider Profile:

Name:  Brickworks Cider Field & Berry
Sampled November 2018

Brand: Brickworks Cider House
Flavoured – Mixed Berry
Location of Brewing:
Toronto, ON
Website Link:
Cider, blueberry juice from concentrate, strawberry juice from concentrate, raspberry juice from concentrate, carbonated water, natural flavour
Gluten Free:
Sugar Content: N/A

Size(s) available: 471 mL (cans)
Only available in the 2018 Brickworks Winter Mix Pack
Mixed Berries
Deep violet and burgundy hues
Highly carbonated. Small, frequently streaming bubbles


Cider Crate Tasting Notes:

Smell: Medium, candied, mixed berry aroma – with raspberries most prevalent. Standard Brickworks apple aroma that includes some mustiness
Initial Taste: Minimal bite from carbonation. Tangy, dry apple appears first. Mild mixed berries of blueberries and raspberries appear. Some honey and musty notes.
After Taste: Apple continues but berries become more noticeable – with strawberries appearing slightly. Mild taste that does not linger too long. Semi-dry finish.
On ice: Carbonation is cut a lot so it allows for a stronger berry experience

Additional Notes: Brickworks Field & Berry is a mild flavoured cider, that we find draws inspiration in taste from both Brickwork’s other offerings of Batch 1904 and Queen Street 501. A cider we prefer on ice to cut the carbonation, as we found the carbonation masks the nice berry flavours a bit on its own. A very apple-forward cider, it ends on a tart medley of berries, with that standard Brickworks apple flavour throughout. We found it to have raspberry and blueberry flavours than the strawberry also listed as being in there.

Rated on a scale of 1-5
Sweet – 3.5
Sour – 2.5
Crisp – 3
Dry – 3.5
Fruity – 3.5

Next recommendations:
More Sweet – County Cider – Blood Orange
More Sour – 401 Raspberry Cider
More Dry – Ernest Wild Blueberry
More Crisp – Brickworks Rose Cider

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