Matilda Bay Releases Dirty Granny Cider

July 19, 2011 – 2:10 pm

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  1. 8 Responses to “Matilda Bay Releases Dirty Granny Cider”

  2. By Fosnez on Aug 8, 2011 | Reply

    “Dirty Granny has been available on tap in a handful of selected bars since June”…

    What bars???

  3. By admin on Aug 8, 2011 | Reply

    I know its on tap at The Local Taphouse right now,

  4. By Jonny on Aug 9, 2011 | Reply

    I have tried it. It’s a good cider. Sweet, but crisp. Kinda like biting into an apple. Definitely something I recommend and something i’ll be drinking again.

    I also love the “knitted” design on the bottle.

  5. By Phillip on Aug 25, 2011 | Reply

    Dirty Granny – strange name but O K Cider.

    Gather it is named after the apple!

    It tastes like Cider – not sweet water like the staple brand that is served everywhere.

    Went to local bottleshop last night for regular Tassie brand and came away with this gem.

    What may happen if You try some tonight?

    No doubt You will be pleasntly surprised.

    Bravo D G !

  6. By Terry on Aug 28, 2011 | Reply

    Purchased a case of Matilda Bay Dirty Granny Cider this weekend, for the money you may as well be drinking a much more economical cider as I found the sweetness/flavour similar to the larger commercial brewers products. Not sure why I am paying such a premium price.

  7. By Ingrid on Dec 29, 2011 | Reply

    Love this Cider. I love cider in general however have developed a nasty aversion to sulphates.
    While this has sulphate of a kind, it is not the usual 220 found in most ( well actually 99%) of other commercial ciders. For some reason I figured the 223 used in this may be different for me, and so far so good. A technicality specific to me probably, but highlights one difference to the others. Its this or Organic Etienne Dupont Unpasteurized at $18 a pop for me.. a 6 pack of Dirty Granny is $18 at my local liquor place, I would prefer the Dirty Granny. And yes, love the logo.

  8. By Vale Budge on Jun 30, 2012 | Reply

    This is such a great cider buy so hard to find. When I went to Sydney I found it at Customs House Bar and bought a case on line from ciderinsider.com.au.

    Buy far – it’s an awesome cider … better than the swedish stuff!

  9. By lachyb on Nov 16, 2012 | Reply

    love the cider, must be the ‘low gravity’ brewing… tell me, how exactly did you achieve this?

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