The cousin to beer is cider in my opinion, and most beer drinkers do like ciders. Some of the big beer brewers have ciders in their lineup or have a separate cider companies. Cider is made from fermented apples, but if it it’s made with pears it’s called Perry, This here is Crispin Natural Hard Apple Ciders Artisanal Reserve Honey Crisp, 6.5% ABV. This Crispin pours a milky yellow murky color. Nothing could be seen in or thought it. The aroma is very sweet; there is big apple with hints of honey as well. The taste is just as sweet as it smells. I found there to be big juicy apple with nice apple juice flavors and of there is sweet honey that really brings it to a sweetness that is just enough to make this good and not overly sweet. This Crispin is smooth and quite drinkable. This cider finishes nice sweet, crisp and smooth. The aftertaste is sweet with the fresh apple/apple juice. I give this an A+, on heck of an easy drinkable cider. I don’t often drink ciders, but I do like most of them and this one is great. So go out and try Crispin Natural Hard Apple Ciders Artisanal Reserve Honey Crisp. I recommend that you do! Cheers! Please enjoy responsibly!