Indstrial cider and drinks that should not be called cider

Industrial cider is made on large scale in almost automatic factories owned usually by big breweries. It does not have much in common with cider and in some countries this drink cannot legaly be called cider. Usually the production is based on apple concentrate and water. Very often so much water goes in that the resulting drink would not smell, look and taste as apples so sugar, artificial aroma, color and other chemicals are added to fool humans.

At InCider Bar we do not serve this kind of anti-cider, never had and never will.

Please do not drink these chemical parody on cider. Please choose a different kind of cider to drink.

Ciders of this type we didn't have, don't have and will never have

Kingswood Cider

Kingswood Cider

Industrial cider manufactured by Plisner Urquel brewery from mostly sugar and water. It's better to be avoided.
Somersby Cider

Somersby Cider

Industrial cider imported by Budweiser from Denmark. It can be called cider only with a lot of fantasy.
Carling Cider

Carling Cider

Carling rather not, darling. Industrial cider from Staropramen manufactured by Ostravar whose ingredients are so bad it can hardly be called cider.
Strongbow Cider

Strongbow Cider

British cider. In Czech Republic the Eastern Europe version is being sold. It is worse than the original and has only 25% apple contents.
Kopparberg Cider

Kopparberg Cider

Swedish cider, whose marketing is surprisingy honest to state it is diluted by water. It is better to dring undeluted ciders.