What is Applejack?
Applejack is a traditional American style apple brandy. Fruit spirits, especially apple and peach based brandies, were common throughout the early days.
Tree ripened apples are fermented cool and the resulting brandy is stored in charred oak barrels for at least three years, so it tastes a lot more like a bourbon than a traditional brandy.
I want some! Where can I buy some of this New Zealand Craft Spirit?
We now have a site and webstore just for ELSEWHEN.
We are very excited to have been invited to bring two ciders to the New Zealand Cider Festival in Nelson on Saturday 16 November 2019.
We’ve attended all of the past NZ Cider Festivals so to be participating this year is thrilling. We had been playing around with a few recipes and it was just a matter of choosing two that made sense for this event.
Read more about our herbal cider project and the two offerings, DAY and NIGHT.
And be sure to get your tickets to the New Zealand Cider Festival.
We’re launching our first project: Rough Hands Brewing
Drinking great beer is fun and for us making great beer is even more fun. At Rough Hands Brewing, we love the hard graft of making interesting, complex beers that we just can’t buy anywhere else. We have no interest in finding the simplest recipe, using the easiest yeast, running a push-button-beer-factory. We prefer to pile layer on layer of malt, to wring subtle depths from multiple hoppings, to tame ill-behaved yeasts by spirit barrel aging. So let us do the hard work and you can marvel at the result.
We’ll be revealing our first beer very soon, so check back…