Locust Cider & Brewing Company

Commercial Brewery | Woodinville, WA, United States of America

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Locust Cider & Brewing Company (Seattle, WA, United States of America)


Overall average: 68 (logged 10 times)
Locust Aged Dessert Apple: 92 (logged 1 time)
Locust Apricot Hard Cider: 67 (logged 1 time)
Locust Blackberry Sage Hard Cider: 58 (logged 1 time)
Locust Cinnamon Hard Cider: 75 (logged 1 time)
Locust Honey Plum Hard Cider: 67 (logged 1 time)
Locust Lemon Dill Hard Cider: 75 (logged 1 time)
Locust Original Dry Hard Cider: 83 (logged 1 time)
Locust Thai Ginger Cider: 58 (logged 2 times)
Locust Watermelon Hard Cider: 50 (logged 1 time)

Logs for beers from this brewery

Much drier than I expected, which is really great. Like an Granny Smith or other tart apple pie... Nice to have another unsweet cider here. Only complaint is a kind of faint, soapy aftertaste.
The original is best here, I guess! Just dry enough to balance out the juice of the apple; only lightly tart so that nothing lingers unpleasantly.
A believable watermelon juice flavor, not fake watermelon candy, which is nice. That said it kind of flattens out an already sweet cider to end up with something rather one-note.
Weird, but I liked it. Lemon is more of an essence; doesn’t add sourness but clearly identifiable. Dill is strongly present in scent and flavor, and it combines a bit with the sweetness to give an unusual but appealing flavor.
Interesting clove / plum flavor. Hint of smoke? Plum is quite clear and pleasant. I know this is supposed to be honey forward, but I did find myself wishing it were less sweet. A little flat.
Weak-ish blackberry flavor. Sage is unidentifiable if it’s there; somewhat sweeter than seems appropriate given the weakness of the other flavors.
Comparatively intense fruit flavor in this one; tart apricot. Sweet and sour, hint of something spicy on the lips? Not exactly fizzy, but it tingles nicely in a way the other flavors do not.
Very sweet and homey apple cider - hardly any tartness at all! This reminded me of the baked apple pie cider, and I really enjoyed this one too.