7 Irish Craft Ciders to Try

Bulmers may be the best known Irish cider (you may know it as Magners outside Ireland), but we’re eager to get our hands on some lesser known ciders not only for St. Patrick’s Day but for year-round sipping.

Here’s a list of 7 cideries making some mighty fine craft beverages in Ireland.

Longueville House Cider

Orpens Cider

Fresh, fizzy and feckin' delicious! #springtime #cider #irish #refreshinglyreal

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Cockagee Pure Irish Keeved Cider

Stonewell Cider

Tempted Irish Cider

Lovely #temptedirishcider #dry #belfast #ireland

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Craigies Irish Cider

Dan Kelly’s Cider

The brand new (one bottle bigger!) Dan Kelly's Cider family…

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  1. Dan on March 16, 2017 at 8:26 pm

    Who imports these into the U.S.?

    • Michele Kornegay on March 20, 2017 at 2:20 pm

      Hi Dan, a few of these are distributed to the US but not all of them (yet). We aren’t sure of the distributors. We hope we can get our hands on all of these in the US soon, but right now a few of these are only available in Ireland. Thanks for reading!

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