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Hall & Woodhouse Launches pear cider


Independent UK family brewer Hall & Woodhouse has launched a new pear cider.

The cider, called Badger Pearwood Cider, is made from pears grown in Somerset, in the west of England, the Morning Advertiser reports.

“Following the success of Applewood, the cider we created with Thatchers, it seems only natural to extend the range by making a pear cider,” Rick Paynes, brands marketing manager at Hall & Woodhouse told the newspaper.

He went on to say that the popularity of cider has grown and people are keen to try something a bit different.

Hall & Woodhouse’s Applewood Cider is made from vintage varieties of apples such as Dabinett and Redstreak and it is matured in oak vats.

The brewer also makes a variety of year-round ales, such as Badger First Gold and Tanglefoot and a small selection of seasonal cask ales including Pickled Partridge and Hopping Hare.

Hopping Hare will be available again from next month.

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