What was it like?
Not a BJCP judge, but here goes:
It smelled like a Belgian blonde that had been soured, it was light straw colored, it had the mouthfeel of a very light lager, it tasted like a cross between a nicely tart Berliner Weiss and a Goze - but with the hint of apples. I found it to be very refreshing with crisp aftertaste that left a little hint of the leather in the palate. My overall impression was the National ranked BJCP that made it knew exactly what he wanted to achieve - and he nailed it. I thought it was a very good sour beer and told him so, then he corrected me and said it was a cider.
Like I said - I have no prior cider-making experience, but I will soon have some, that is for sure.