Blood amulet cider

Blood amulet cider DEFAULT

Blood Amulet

reviewer miki

miki (323) said:

Definitely sour cranberries are involved here. I am not getting as much apple flavor as I wanted, it feels like a cranberry based cocktail. I think Zombie Killer (their cherry flavor) is a more successful blend with the cider flavors.

Reviewed on 12 Feb 2021

reviewer PricklyCider

PricklyCider (4066) said:

The pour is a clear ruddy red with light effervescence. The aroma is raspberry and cranberry. The taste is a sweet berry that is slightly tart. The mouthfeel is medium and slightly astringent. The finish is medium raspberry and cranberry and it ends on an acidic note. It’s ok.

Reviewed on 14 Oct 2021

reviewer KariB

KariB (10983) said:

Clear dark red pour. Very light carbonation. Light to moderate dark berry aroma. Very tart berry flavor (cranberry stands out most). with a hint of apple. Medium bodied. Sweet.

Reviewed on 09 Feb 2020


B. Nektar Blood Amulet


Sell great beer? Tell the BeerMenus community!

Add your business, list your beers, bring in your locals.

Add my business

Bummer, no nearby places on BeerMenus have this beer.

🔔 Email me when local businesses get this beer.

Serve or carry this beer?

Add your business and list your beers to show up here! Add my business

Want to grow your local beer scene?

Become a BeerMenus Craft Cultivator! Learn more

Beer Description

Sweet, cranberry- forward tart/tannic character rounded out by fresh apple and raspberry notes. Lively medium body with a full mouth experience balancing sweet, tart and acidity. Lingering sweet/tart finish.

Copy description

The print menu customers want.

Sell more beer: print menus designed to help your customers choose beers.

Learn more
  1. Mylon hayes family
  2. Aslihan hatun
  3. Gary lang reviews
  4. Dremel drill set

Beer: Blood Amulet
Brewery: B. Nektar Meadery (Ferndale, MI)
Style: Cider – Other Fruit
6.2% ABV / N/A IBU

“Blood Amulet” sounds like the most metal thing ever, but a quick check of Metal Archives yields exactly zero Blood Amulets past or present. Someone needs to get on these before metal festivals come back so we can see Blood Amulet tear up the stage before Incantation. Until then, there’s Blood Amulet, a fall/winter-themed cider from a curious meadery in Michigan that happens to specialize in cider.

Nektar’s cider has a wider distribution footprint, so I’ve yet to sample any of their mead, but their ciders all walk a delicate tightrope act between sweet and dry. That’s right where we want to be with small-batch cider, especially for those of us that grew -up on overly-sweet Woodchuck or are turned off on the Euro tradition of bone-dry cider. Both of the B. Nektar ciders I’d tried before—the honey and cherry spiked Zombie Killer and the tea-infused and spiced the Dude’s Rug—were winners. Plus, the 500ml bottle size is perfect for splitting and the necro label art is eye-catching.

Blood Amulet is comparatively straightforward in its presentation. It’s a hard cider with a fresh-pressed Michigan apple base, as well as raspberry and cranberry. There’s a floral hint from the raspberry, but Blood Amulet really presents more as a cranberry apple cider, with a punchy tartness that clings to the tip of your tongue and top of your palette. It would be easy to mistake this for a spiked version of Canada Dry’s cranberry ginger ale. I did, and it definitely got a little buzzed. But this is a delightful way to do it.

For more info, check out B. Nektar Meadery here.

How To Make Instant Fyre Cider


Cider blood amulet


B. Nektar-Blood Amulet Hard Cider with Raspberry and Cranberry tasting!


You will also like:


405 406 407 408 409