Bishop Cider Co.'s Crackberry
Hands down one of my favorite ciders, especially during Fall in Texas where your want colder weather but are stuck with muggy 90-degree days in late October. It's a ruby-colored cider, and most of the fruit notes are berry, unlike more traditional ciders having pronounced apple notes. Instead, Crackberry mainly has notes of berries (black, blue, raspberry etc.) and is extremely refreshing, with just the right amount of effervescence. In short, it's just about as addictive as crack - hence the name. Anytime this is on the tap list, it's worth giving it a try.