A true scrumpy cider, made by Westons in Much Marcle, Herefordshire, England.

Containing 7.3% alcohol by volume, this cider is flat and naturally cloudy. It is named after Westons' 1921 Aveling Porter Steam Engine.

The taste, which is extremely acidic, is nothing like keg cider, nor like 'fake' scrumpies such as Scrumpy Jack. For this reason, I would recommend having a taste before purchasing a pint. Also, I would not recommend drinking to excess due to the high alcohol content. An 'Old Rosie Hangover' is a unique animal.

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