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scrumpy

a rough dry cider, brewed esp in the West Country
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There's a large keg range too and, of course, ciders for the scrumpy drinkers.
I heard about scrumpy and learned that it's just juice fermented without anything added.
Martin Glover I GOT a tattoo 45 years ago, thanks to Blackpool and scrumpy.
Aside from the drawback of being a haven for posh, white kids with faux angst and dreads, it's a county that's virtually impossible to dislike on the grounds of Bath, scrumpy, The Wurzels and cheese shops.
The Manchester-based company is rolling three of its BabyDeli products into 40 northern stores this week--Max's Wicked Chicken, Cheeky Tally's Pretty Pink Fish Dish, and Dylan's Scrumptious Scrumpy Chicken.
The prince stood at the bar with a pint of Scrumpy Jack cider and chatted to locals before settling down to a steak and ale pie.
He stood at the bar with a pint of Scrumpy Jack and chatted to locals before settling down to a steak and ale pie.
In the opener, an 18-yearold pony named Scrumpy Jack is brought into the equine clinic.
A select guide to the pubs of Cardiff published in 1967 described the Greyhound as "A rather decrepit pub reported to be the only remaining Scrumpy House in the centre of town.
The business - known as Scrumpy Willow and the Singing Kettle - has built up a reputation for its vegan organic food.
Gerry Magan, of Standard Avenue, Tile Hill, sent in this picture of his chocolate labrador, Kane I'VE GOT YOUR BACK: Richard Bruton, of Foster Road, Radford, sent in this picture of his cat and dog, Cao and Poppy NOSE TO NOSE: Julie Stokes, of Lentons Lane, Aldermans Green, sent in this picture of Scrumpy and Boddington.
You'll also find Westons Traditional Scrumpy and a coouple of guest ciders.