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Re: [nafex] Re: Off topic- Cider history opinions

Not that long ago, "acoustic guitar" was redundant, too.  As times
change, so must our modifiers.


> And yeah, I guess, if the author of that article is correct, we don't
> need to specify the "hard" in hard cider, but most people
> nowadays, including me, need the clarification otherwise they think
> fresh, unfermented cider. (I call that "sweet cider" to distinguish it
> from fermented apple juice [hard cider] and from pasterized, filtered
> apple juice [or what we normally call 'apple juice'])
> Kevin B