If you want to know what traditional, real farmhouse cider from the West of England tastes like, the closest you can get in the USA is this stuff. If you were to remove the carbonation and add a hint of apple flavor to a Cuvée René, you would have yourself a pretty decent impression of a dry, farmhouse scrumpy.
Champagne like, effervescent pour with a fast receding head. Dry, and mildly acidic and sour. Clear yellow pour.
A departure for most beer drinkers, but a nice refreshing summer drink. Keep it to a very occasional treat, and use it to broaden horizons. Although certainly a little drier than usual, a party aperitif perhaps?