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Was curious If any of the Germans on here have had this drink and what it tastes like. Thanks


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A bit too sour...

Well, I tried it several years ago and decided that it's not for me because I got some heartburn after a few glasses, but perhaps some guys of the Frankfurt / Hessen area might chime in and convince you otherwise...

You guys could throw this link into Google translator to get more information about this quite 'specific' regional beverage:

Apfelwein - das Frankfurter Nationalgetrńnk - ─ppelwoi, ─ppler, Appelwein, Ebbelwoi, St÷ffche

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Was curious If any of the Germans on here have had this drink and what it tastes like. Thanks


─ppelwoi can be compared to cider, but there are few differences:

German apples have a higher content in nitrogen then the grade used in Normandy, and the fermentation of "─ppelwoi" takes place at a higher temperature. Both factors contribute to a faster conversion from sugar to alcohol.

-> ─ppelwoi has a higher alcoholic content (5.5 - 7%) than cider (2 - 4%)
-> ─ppelwoi has a lower content of sugar (because of the faster conversion)
-> The slow fermentation of cider leads to a higher content in carbonic acid

I like both ─ppelwoi and Cider. If you travel to Frankfurt or its surrounding you will be able to test a large variety of local brands of ─ppelwoi - most of them homemade.

I am sure you will like it!

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...we drank "─ppelwoi", when the beer was finished....

... the beer is never finished ....

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... the beer is never finished ....

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