Kopparberg Pear Cider Reviews
Product Type: Kopparberg Beer
Newest Review: ... traditional metal lids and cans are usually sealed in the black plastic with Kopparberg design. My opinion is that this is a ... more
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by - written on 13/01/08 (Very useful, 1251 readings)
No longer the stereotypical drink of chavs on street corners and farmers, cider has been given a classy image overhaul thanks to the likes of Magners and Bulmers. Kopparberg used to be a little known brand in the UK but it seems to have benefited from the image change and is now reasonably easy to find, and even easier to drink. Where to get it Kopparberg used to be hard to find and may not be stocked in your local offies however Tesco and Asda certainly stock it, Wetherspoons bars and an increasing number of pubs and clubs are waking up to its pear-shaped charms. The packaging Kopparberg comes in fairly chunky ... Read the complete review
by - written on 06/01/08 (Useful, 243 readings)
After writing about the non alcoholic version of this, i thought i would have a crack at the normal one. There is a big difference in the non alcoholic verson and this one, and i find that i prefer the one without alcohol. It just tastes better. Kopparberg is a very sweet perry, and one that i have found that most people don't like. Well most people who are regular drinkers. It must be to sweet for them. For me its just right. Its a little expensive. The cheapest ive ever found it was for £2.30 for a 500ml bottle. This was in my local Weatherspoons. I dont know how much it would be in others. However i have also found it in some places ... Read the complete review
by - written on 26/08/11 (Very useful, 84 readings)
I love cider, it is definitely my favourite alcoholic drink, and normally my beverage of choice. When I buy Kopparberg Pear Cider, I normally buy it in 500ml bottles (just under a pint). I normally get 2 bottles for £3.85 at Bargain Booze, which I think is a reasonable price for a good cider. You can also get smaller 330ml bottles (though I haven't seen these around anywhere) or buy this product in cans. Normally with alcoholic beverages, many people notice a difference in taste between cans and bottles. I haven't tried this product from a can, so I cannot comment on whether there is a different or not, but it is worth bearing in mind, my review is ... Read the complete review
by - written on 04/04/11 (Very useful, 263 readings)
Kopparberg is something I came across shortly after finishing school while I was experimenting with drink and trying to decipher what I liked and didn't like! Pear flavoured Kopparberg was definitely something I liked! Kopparberg is a Swedish brewery which brews both beer and cider but is more widely known for its range of fruit ciders. The brand was barely known in the UK until it's introduction in 2003. Since then it's popularity has grown and is now known nationwide. Its Pear Cider is pretty much a standard strength for most ciders at 4.5% and is one of the alcoholic drinks I've seen that's available in so many different measures and forms. In ... Read the complete review
by - written on 26/11/10 (Very useful, 102 readings)
Being a recent Pear Cider convert (see my Magners Pear Cider review) I am not overcome with choice either in the off licence or down the pub in my neck of the woods. There is either Magners, or the Kopparberg I review now. Selling for around £3.20 a bottle in the pub and half that in the off licence this is pretty evenly priced with its only competitor in my area. I'll state straight off that I prefer the Magners but most places sell one or the other, and I'll still take this stuff before my old favourite Budweiser. There is a much stronger taste of Pear from the Kopparberg than I would have expected, more-so than the other pear cider, and fruit ... Read the complete review
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