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Review: Deliverance Ginger Tonic by Rev. Nat’s Hard Cider

Sweetness: Semi-Dry

ABV: 6.10%

Cider Maker’s Description

To each batch of cider, I add gallons of pure squeezed ginger juice, hundreds of hand-cut fresh lemongrass stalks, the fresh-squeezedjuice and zest of thousands of limes (zested by hand!) and top it off with hand-extracted quinine from the bark of the Peruvian cinchona tree. This chemical has antipyretic, antimalarial, analgesic and anti-inflammatory properties.


  • very slight haze, lightly orange tinted gold color 


  • developed a head on pour, maintained a generous foam ring around edge 


  • ginger!, 


  • ginger beer/ale like, semisweet, 


  • light but noticeable acidity & astringency 


  • quick 

Tasting Notes / General Impression

Reviewer Notes

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Cidery Information

Rev. Nat's Hard Cider
Portland, OR

Matthew Ostrander
Matthew favors dry hard ciders with body and leans towards traditional English styles, and he’s also developed a serious appreciation for hopped ciders and creative flavor infused ciders. Though he prefers sweets in solid forms, he does enjoy semi-sweet to sweet ciders responsibly when the mood strikes. Learn more about our Chief Cider Curator here.