Druids Celtic Cider
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Druids Celtic Cider is a cider produced by Aston Manor Brewery in Trimbleton Lane, Birmingham. It is sold in Ireland and has become popular among certain groups of young people, primarily in Kilkenny, Dublin and Cork. Its popularity can be attributed to its high alcohol content and its relatively low price. It contains 6% alcohol by volume and is generally sold for €1.34 per can. It contains sulfites, a group of naturally-occurring compounds used as preservatives in fruit-based food products. It has 285 Calories per 500 ml.
Druids has attained cult status amongst some student groups, who celebrate its cheapness and its rivalry with Dutch Gold, Bavaria and Tuborg lagers also popular for their low price.
This premium, full flavoured celtic cider has been inspired by divine fruit of the ancient druids and captures the magic of apples, harvested at the point of ripe perfection.