The expressed juice of apples. It is used as a beverage, for making vinegar, and for other purposes.
A drink (almost) always made from pressed apples, to many people but not all it is alcoholic. In the US usage is typically that 'cider' is not alcoholic and 'hard cider' is.
Fermented, light sparkling apple juice. It can replace beer or champagne in several long drink recipes.
n. 1. Not apple juice, but a rather strong alcoholic drink made from apple juice.
Cider is traditionally made in northern regions, where apples flourish in the cold climates but grapes did not. The main cider producing areas are southern England and Normandy in France, where apples grow in abundance. Apples used to make cider are usually too bitter for eating - they are classed in four different groups: sweet, bitter-sweet, bitter and acid. Cider is available in many different types, including sparkling, still, cloudy and clear.
a beverage made from juice pressed from apples
refers to unfermented apple juice in the US but to fermented apple juice in the rest of the world. In the US, fermented apple juice is called hard cider.
In the UK, the term cider always refers to an alcoholic drink made by fermenting the juice of apples. In the USA, sweet cider (or simply cider) means apple juice (unfermented); and hard cider is used to mean alcoholic cider.
Expressed juice of apples very popular in BC Fermented apple juices produce, "hard cider"
Fermented apple juice that is clarified and filtered.
Fizzy, alcoholic drink made from apples, using only the sugar contained therein. (As distinct from apple wine, where additional sugar is added, and different rituals employed)
The juice from pressed apples used as a beverage or to make vinegar
Cider (or cyder) is an alcoholic beverage made primarily from the juices of specially grown varieties of apples. In most places in the world, the term refers to fermented apple juice, but the drink is known as hard cider in the United States and parts of Canada, where the term "cider" almost exclusively refers to apple cider, a minimally processed variety of apple juice.