I went to Circle K for Steelie Boys and saw this in the fridge. Is it any good?

I went to Circle K for Steelie Boys and saw this in the fridge. Is it any good? I love apple cider and I also love strong drinks. Seems right up my alley but it's not as cheap as malt liquor so I want to know if it's any good.

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  1. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    most hard ciders in america are just 99% sugar and gross
    nothing beats a good dry cider though

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      Very true

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      This. It's tasty and there's a black cherry one that's good too but definitely not something you want to I drink more than one of or mix with other drinks. Stuff like this are guaranteed hangovers

      • 1 month ago
        Anonymous

        yeah the hangovers are what kills them for me. like angry orchard tastes good but have a few too many and you'll regret it.
        luckily i found that there's a cidery in my city only a few miles from where i live that makes some good "traditional" style ciders that i can get instead

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      Pretty much. The local ones are phenomenal but also not steel reserve pricing

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      Reds apple ale isn’t even legally hard cider- it’s beer with apple juice mixed in, which is why they have to call it apple ale. Basically anything that’s not produced on the east coast is garbage, and anything that isn’t purely apples is garbage.

      • 1 month ago
        Anonymous

        >Basically anything that’s not produced on the east coast is garbage, and anything that isn’t purely apples is garbage.
        Pretty much this. The varietal apples that make truly good cider are predominantly there.
        long ago, in the midwest, there used to be TONS of farm stores that made cider, sold sweetcorn, pumpkins and other vegetables grown on site and some of the really good ones even made donuts from scratch in lard or tallow.
        I think the Mega-marts and SUPERMARKET of the 80s killed most of them out.
        That and small ice creameries/dairys.
        Sad...
        I miss Tullers...My first exposure to Donkey Kong.

        • 1 month ago
          Anonymous

          >long ago, in the midwest, there used to be TONS of farm stores that made cider, sold sweetcorn, pumpkins and other vegetables grown on site and some of the really good ones even made donuts from scratch in lard or tallow.
          Cozy

          • 1 month ago
            Anonymous

            It really was.
            I think they could make a comeback eventually...Even if there were a collapse
            >Donuts and Cider at the Trading Post!!!
            They had places for locals to sell their stuff too, like honey and cheese.

            • 1 month ago
              Anonymous

              Apple cider and pumpkins is peak comfy

            • 1 month ago
              Anonymous

              You're too lazy and too greedy. It won't ever come back because your priorities have changed. All you care about is showing of on Failbook and its derivatives. Nobody around you cares about anything else either.

              • 1 month ago
                Anonymous

                you read him like a book

              • 1 month ago
                Anonymous

                LOLOLOL!!
                I can only assume projection, since none of that is even remotely close.
                I suppuku'd Lifelog back in 2009 when they actually had a dedicated site just for that.
                I'm not a materialist, And I've had no problem putting in 13 hour HARD days while working for myself.
                Meanwhile, B0t that you are...You will never escape the pixel prison you created for yourself, and in addition, since you are to much of a midwit to know the difference between VALUE and COST, you will forever be relegated to a life of empty experience, devoid of meaning, shallow and friendless, but with the fleeting petty comforts of trying to tear others down...
                Pitiful.

              • 1 month ago
                Anonymous

                Can you help me get a job. I was walking around the grocery store and found 11 cents but I still need another 59 cents to get another beer.

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      Dry ciders also have high abv. They're much like apfelwein.

      • 1 month ago
        Anonymous

        i wasnt talking about abv i was talking about sugar
        the popular hard cider brands in america are full of added sugar

        • 1 month ago
          Anonymous

          White butt on BBC

  2. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    It's definitely more like cheapo cider, very sweet. Not bad though, the apple covers the cheap malt well

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      >malt
      So it's not cider, is apple flavored beer?

  3. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    >No ingredients listed
    Personally I wouldn't.
    the more prudent choice is to make your own with a $10 bottle of high proof vodka, a 2 liter bottle of Apple soda, and a splash of ginger ale.
    I swear they are slipping Sucralose into everything these days, even into my old go-to mixer, Frostie. the only flavor left that isn't pozzed with it is pink lemonade, and they've stopped stocking it.
    I have NO idea why a sugared soda or alcoPop needs chlorinated sucrose. But that shit has been proven to rip right through your intestines(cellular cleavage,) and destroy your gut flora.
    I can only imagine how much worse it is adding alcohol to the mix.

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      >$10 bottle of high proof vodka, a 2 liter bottle of Apple soda, and a splash of ginger ale.
      That is not how you make cider, here is the real method:
      >bottle of apple juice
      >sugar (if you want it strong, if beer strength is ok just add a little at the end if you want to carbonate)
      >wine yeast
      >airlock
      Mix the juice, yeast, optional sugar, then put the airlock on the bottle and wait two weeks or so. If you're good with still cider, you're basically done at this point. If you want carbonation, add a little sugar to the batch (not too much, just 1-1.5oz per gallon), rack it into pressure safe bottles and seal them, then wait a day or two.

      • 1 month ago
        Anonymous

        This isn't any cheaper than getting a $10 handle of vodka. A gallon of apple juice is $6 and excluding the other ingredients you only get about 10 standard drinks for that price. If you let it brew really high proof than you might get 20-30 standards drinks out of that gallon, but even than the vodka is still cheaper.

        • 1 month ago
          Anonymous

          >but even than the vodka is still cheaper.
          except we're not talking about vodka. we're talking about cider. a six pack of ciders cost $10.99, but your calculations say you can get 10 for $6, from low to high high avb. if someone wants to drink a cider they can just pour their own 10% brew and having a pint of that is like having two other pints of low abv cider. the dollar value is just a lot better because again we aren't talking about vodka. it's cider so we're comparing to the price of market cider

          • 1 month ago
            Anonymous

            >alcohol produced from glucose in apple in apple juice
            :O
            >alcohol produced from glucose in grain in apple juice
            >:(

          • 1 month ago
            Anonymous

            >except we're not talking about vodka. we're talking about cider.
            Anon, that Alco-Pop is NOT true"Fantastic Mr. Fox" cider.
            So, YOU may be talking about real cider, the rest of us, OP included, are talking about alcoholic beverages.

            So if you add the sugar to the brew do you have to wait longer for the yeast to consume it and produce more ethanol?

            I think he was talking about racking/finishing sugar--it's a fine corn sugar that bottle conditions and carbonates--not really for more alcohol.

      • 1 month ago
        Anonymous

        So if you add the sugar to the brew do you have to wait longer for the yeast to consume it and produce more ethanol?

      • 1 month ago
        Anonymous

        >That is not how you make cider, here is the real method:
        Anon..I ONLY posted that as a stopgap. I do know how to brew. I do own 2-5 gal. carboys.
        But Opie was getting Steel reserves, or possibly other alcoPops-Wand my point was there are NO INGREDIENTS LISTED for them through some loophole.
        Yes, your OWN cider would likely be superior. But you can't make it in less than 1 minute.
        IMPOSSIBURU!!
        You HAVE reminded me to clean up my old press though.

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      Pic related is why I only use Stevia-in-The-Raw because apparently Erythritol damages human DNA as well

      • 1 month ago
        Anonymous

        I prefer real raw sugar. Usually Zulka demerara sugar.
        It's only 15 calories a tsp and I use 2 per cuppa coffee.
        It's fine if you aren't sucking down gallons of HFCS liquid candy. But Stevia may be one of the least harmful of the sweeteners.
        Followed by saccharine, Ironically.
        (hit job by Searle to push aspartame--Thanks Donny Rumsfeld!!)

  4. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    What's the point of drinking anything from the gas station but 4loko? I want to get drunk, not chug foties and spend the whole night pissing.

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      Loko taste like shit

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      >4loko
      Pfffttt, philistine, I drink the finest of bum wines available, pissing isn't an issue

      • 1 month ago
        Anonymous

        Wow, they really have their target audience NAILED.
        Was kinda shocked to see the other day in the liquor store that Gallo AND Paul Masson sells a pint of VSOP brandy for like $4.
        I guess you gotta elevate those tramps SOMEHOW.

  5. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    Pretty good, but they're a bit over $3 and I need a pair to get goodly buzzed up.

  6. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    I barely consider redds wicked to be cider. it's more like high strength seagrams. it's not as sweet, but it's definitely closer to that than to a regular cider

  7. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    CORN SYRUP IS USED AS PART OF THE BREWING PROCESS ONLY. REDD'S WICKED APPLE NEVER USES HIGH FRUCTOSE CORN SYRUP.
    don't worry bro it's just corn syrup not high fructose

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      believe it or not, there is a big difference.
      Corn syrup may have MORE Fructose in it but it is tied to glucose and maltose and not "Free" fructose.
      Fructose MUST be stored in the liver before it can be converted to glucose.
      Fatty liver disease anyone?
      The other main issue with it is:
      >Corn syrup is produced from number 2 yellow dent corn
      An AG product now so thoroughly soaked with glyphosate that there WILL BE residuals.
      A recent across the board, health test of the french population showed that not a single one of the blood serum samples collected was without a detectable level of Glyphose.
      Just like before "How it's Made" videos came about, many people had NO IDEA how their potato chips "Magically" came into being, people now seem to think that industrial chemical processes are all super clean and super exact ScIeNcE!!
      Lel...
      Wanna BET?

  8. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    these give me pure liquid shits after two of em
    very effective bowel emptying

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