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Possmann Pure Cider 
Posted: 27 August 2015  Beer Republic 6.5 
Possmann Pure Cider from Germany Possmann gets their apples for the Pure Cider from over 800 farmers in the Hessen region of Germany, so it's all local stuff.  Not bad in the least.  Considering the non-exclusive price of Possman Pure Cider and it's not overly dry or overly sweet taste, this is one cider you could drink over and over again as a session cider.    
Avg price/liter: USD 4.30   ABV %: 5.0  Type: Cider  
       


Up till I sipped a Possmann Pure Cider, I hadn't known the Germans were seriously into the hard apple cider market.   Possmann isn't new to the game.  Phillipp Possmann founded his operation way back in 1881, originally making apple wine for his restaurant.  Apparently, apple wine is the most popular beverage in the Frankfurt Main region of Germany.  Frankfurt houses over 60 apple wine cellars.       

So it was just a natural progression to start maing apple juices, apple ciders, and then hard apple ciders, though apple wine, 5-6% ABV, remains the key product for Possmann.       

Possmann gets their apples for the Pure Cider from over 800 farmers in the Hessen region of Germany, so it's all local stuff.  The company isn't owned by a multinational.  And it's selling mainly in a region known for its apple drinks.  How bad can this be?       

Not bad in the least.  Considering the non-exclusive price of Possman Pure Cider and it's not overly dry or overly sweet taste, this is one cider you could drink over and over again as a session cider.  Not so complex it'll challenge your taste buds, not so heinous that your taste buds don't want the next drop.      

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