Do any of the Irish Bars stock bottled Magners cider, or any other cider for that matter? Cheers.
I've never heard of Magners cider. Is that alcoholic? Bars usually carry some type of alcoholic cider around here, wood chuck cider I've seen in most. You posted in the Quincy forum is that where you're going? I'd do a google search of some Quincy bars and then give them a call or email.
Thanks guys, good to know
Magners is pretty common on tap and in bottle at the local Irish joints.Edited: 07 February 2016, 12:36
Thanks, I'm from Somerset, England where real good cider is from so it's nice to know where to get one once I've had enough of the beer, cheers.
Downeast is my favorite local cider! It's unfiltered I think and has that cloudy, full flavor. Far From the Tree cider is from Salem and is also lovely, but far more dry. Their Saison cider is even a little sour if you like that style.
Check out Burrow Hill Cider Suzabanana, it's made close to me, good stuff.
Bulmers and Magners are the same drink only in Ireland is it called Magners. I know most of the pubs have it Paddy Barrys and the Goalpost Bar & Grill.