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  • Strongbow

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  • Olde English

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  • Magners

    Votes: 6 22.2%
  • White Lightening

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  • Scrumpy Jack

    Votes: 3 11.1%
  • Dry Blackthorn

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  • Gaymers

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  • Diamond White

    Votes: 1 3.7%
  • other

    Votes: 13 48.1%

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Thatchers,
I think they do one called Katy very tasty and I'm with Mike on the Ice thing.
 

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Love Cider....currently got a thing for Savannah :D
 

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lynnb said:
but my favourite has to be the cloudy still scrumpy we get around here straight from the farm!!! Blow your socks off - but you do suffer the next day!!!!
That's the stuff :eek:.......... I drank several pints one evening when I was in Dorset..............next morning:( :( :(


I can't stand the smell of cider now :rolleyes:
 

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Proper cloudy stuff, so voted other

Magners for a lightweight thirst-quncher though

Used to go for snakebite and black in my misguided youth, tried one forold times sake a while back, yuk:lol:
 

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there is a specialist pub out in the shropshire countryside where they sell bulmers `special` everybody there drinks it. the place attracts loads of all sorts, most people smokin the holy herb aswell. anyway the cider is beautiful ,not sharp,very sweet a bit like wine and very very strong - 1 pint is plenty unless you are a regular with an asbestos stomach.the cider is made under licence for only a few places around the country.
even better the journey is like a rally with a mixture of fast flowing a roads and country lanes, there are a lot of nutters who race back - problem is there is usually a death every few months through somebody going for it after few too many which is a shame cos every year they try and shut the place down.
i could tell you so many stories of what has happenned up there through the years but i wont so there!!
 

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I also love me Cider a lot. The best cider I have tasted to date is a local Co.Armagh cider called Carsons. It is like Magners only not as sweet, really really refreshing and very easy to drink :p

Co.Armagh is the apple growing centre of the UK with orchards dating back for hundreds of years.

Check it out here, I am not sure if it sells in England or rest of UK yet.

http://www.armaghcider.com/
 

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I had some scrumpy a pub in South Shropshire a few years back called 'Carpet Gripper'

I did grip the carpet, after two pints :tut:
 
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