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Cider at Wetherspoon

Draught Strongbow
Strongbow on draught makes a welcome return, with Strongbow (4.5% ABV) and Strongbow Dark Fruit (4.0% ABV) now on tap.

Cool, dark and fruity, Strongbow Dark Fruit is made with Strongbow, the best-known name in cider, and cut with a delicious blend of blackcurrant and blackberry juice.

Available on draught, Strongbow Dark Fruit has a flavour which is perfectly balanced between the sweetness of the fruit and the cider apples’ sharpness.

Strongbow cider is made using a blend of bittersweet cider apples grown and pressed in the Herefordshire countryside, for a thirst-quenching taste.

These two new choices join Stowford Press Apple cider (4.5% ABV), Kopparberg Strawberry & Lime (4.0% ABV) and a range of guest ciders (various ABVs) in Wetherspoon’s draught cider range.
Customers at around 120 pubs across southwest England (full list below) will retain Thatchers Gold (4.8% ABV) on draught alongside Strongbow Dark Fruit.

Bottled cider range
Wetherspoon’s 500ml bottle range has nine great cider choices.

Among the selection is Thatchers Blood Orange (4.0% ABV), Bulmers Original (4.5% ABV), Bulmers Crushed Red Berries & Lime (4.0% ABV), Angry Orchard Crisp Apple (5.0% ABV) and Aspall Draught Cyder (5.5% ABV), alongside Kopparberg’s range of Passionfruit, Strawberry & Lime, Mixed Fruit (4.0% ABV each) and NEW Sweet Vintage Pear (7.0% ABV).

Kopparberg Sweet Vintage Pear is the latest cider from the Kopparberg bottle range to join Wetherspoon’s ranks.In 1882, when Kopparbergs Bryggeri was formed, pear cider was the first product developed.

With increasing consumer demand for stronger and sweeter ciders, Kopparberg has brought back that original recipe in the form of bottled Kopparberg Sweet Vintage Pear – now available at your local Wetherspoon.

The below pubs have Strongbow Dark Fruit on sale, plus Thatchers Gold available (rather than Strongbow original):

Abraham Darby, Brierley Hill
Cabot Court Hotel, Weston-super-Mare
George Hotel, Bewdley
George’s Meeting House, Exeter
Palladium Electric, Radstock
Robert Fitzharding, Bristol
The Admiral Collingwood, Ilfracombe
The Albany Palace, Trowbridge
The Bank House, Cheltenham
The Barrel Vault, London
The Bath Arms, Warminster
The Bear, Maidenhead
The Bear, Melksham
The Beehive, Crawley
The Bell Hanger, Chepstow
The Bell, Amesbury
The Berkeley, Bristol
The Blackwater Stream, Poole
The Bridge House, Chippenham
The Britannia Inn, Plymouth
The Carnival Inn, Bridgwater
The Cerdic, Chard
The Chevalier Inn, Exeter
The Clifton, Sedgley
The Coinage Hall, Helston
The Commercial Rooms, Bristol
The Company of Weavers, Witney
The Cross Inn, Kingswinford
The Crown Rivers, Hounslow
The Dockle Farmhouse, Swindon
The Duke of Wellington, Minehead
The Flying Horse, Crawley
The Four Candles, Oxford
The General Sir Redvers Buller, Crediton
The George Hotel, Brecon
The Giddy Bridge, Southampton
The Glassmaker, Nailsea
The Gog and Magog, Plymouth
The Green Ginger, Torquay
The Green Parrot, Perranporth
The Greyhound, Bridport
The Hain Line, St Ives
The Herbert Wells, Woking
The Imperial, Exeter
The Iron Duke, Wellington
The John Francis Basset, Camborne
The Jolie Brise, Teignmouth
The Jolly Sailor, Bristol
The King and Castle, Windsor
The King Doniert, Liskeard
The King of Wessex, Bath
The King’s Head Inn, Salisbury
The Kings Head, Monmouth
The Kingswood Colliers, Bristol
The Knights Templar, Bristol
The Lantokay, Street
The Lord Arthur Lee, Fareham
The Lord High Constable of England, Gloucester
The Lord John, Stroud
The Lord Wimborne, Poole
The Mail Rooms, Ross-on-Wye
The Man in the Wall, Wimborne
The Mannamead, Plymouth
The Mary Shelley, Bournemouth
The Moon in the Square, Bournemouth
The Moon Under Water, Cheltenham
The Nightjar, Ferndown
The Old Gaolhouse, Winchester
The Packet Station, Falmouth
The Panniers, Barnstaple
The Parkstone and Heatherlands, Bournemouth
The Perkin Warbeck, Taunton
The Posset Cup, Bristol
The Powder Monkey, Exmouth
The Quarter Jack, Wells
The Quay, Poole
The Queen’s Head Hotel, Tavistock
The Rann Wartha, St Austell
The Red Lion, Crawley
The Red Lion, Petersfield
The Reeds Arms, Burnham-on-Sea
The Regal, Gloucester
The Richard Hopkins, Newton Abbot
The Rose Salterne, Bideford
The Royal Hop Pole, Tewkesbury
The Royal Oak, Dorchester
The Savoy, Swindon
The Sawyer’s Arms, Exeter
The Silk Mercer, Devizes
The Sir Daniel Arms, Swindon
The Six Bells, Lymington
The Stannary Court, Plympton
The Staple Hill Oak, Bristol
The Star Inn, Honiton
The Swan, Weymouth
The Swan & Castle, Oxford
The Talk of the Town, Paignton
The Towan Blystra, Newquay
The Tremenheere, Penzance
The Union Rooms, Plymouth
The Van Dyck Forum, Bristol
The Vigilance, Brixham
The W. G. Grace, Bristol
The Water Gate, Barnstaple
The White Ball Inn, Tiverton
The White Hart Hotel, Okehampton
The William Dampier, Yeovil
The William Henry, Weymouth
The William Morris, Oxford
The William Shenstone, Halesowen
The Windmill, Stansted
Thorn’s Farm, Yate
Try Dowr, Truro
V-Shed, Bristol
Wetherspoon, Birmingham