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redstreak

(ˈrɛdˌstriːk)
n
1. (Plants) an English variety of apple which is streaked red and yellow and is used in cider making
2. (Brewing) cider made from redstreak apples
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The first product, called RedStreak, is described as an English session-style cider, aged in American Oak.
Earlier, Ruiz spent two years as vice president of advertising at the Chicago Sun-Times; he had joined the Sun-Times in 1999 as a sales manager and later was ad director of its "RedStreak" edition and local retail and arts and entertainment ad director at the daily.
This book goes much further than inviting people to try Upton Sweet or Janet's Jungle Juice, it whets the appetite for visits to those misty orchards and connects cider with the customs and beliefs of the countryside - plus the people who extract the refreshing liquid essence from the likes of Somerset Redstreak and Kingston Black.
When James Brome travelled through Gloucestershire, the majority of the apple trees that he saw bore just a single variety: Redstreak. Discovered in France by John, Viscount Scudamore during the reign of Charles I and planted around Herefordshire and the neighbouring counties, Redstreak produced a cider as strong and flavourful as Canary wine--a favourite tipple of the age.
Bottles made from this glass and stoppered with Portuguese cork were capable of holding pressurised liquids, so Redstreak Cyder was allowed to ferment in the bottle so that it fizzed like Champagne.
Most produce apple juice that is blended for a range of ciders ranging from traditional dry through medium dry and medium sweet to sweet, while other varieties, such as Kingston Black and Herefordshire Redstreak, produce vintage single-variety ciders.
Falstaff is crisp and juicy, while Redstreak is a classic full-bodied Somerset mouthful.
Appearing are Blue C, John Harper and Les Bolger, Anne Jackson Quintet, Modjango, Capo Fiasco (featuring Carl Chase, Ches and Al Cherry, and Brian "Saxophone" Jones) and Ricki and The Redstreaks.
During the 50s and 60s, he played at The Cavern alongside the Merseybeat legends with his band Rikki and the Redstreaks - the young John Lennon's favourite group.
Bob Evans thanked us for the memories the article stirred and informed us that he had actually been an apprentice hairdresser in a class alongside Brendan McCormack of Rikki and the Redstreaks, one of the bands mentioned in the piece.
Brendan McCormack, a distinguished rock and classical guitarist, played there with his group Rikki and the Redstreaks. Lennon thought he was the best guitarist in the city.
``He's got the standing in the business of Eric Clapton,'' said Brendan McCormack, from Wallasey, who used to play in Rikki and the Redstreaks, John Lennon's favourite group.