Mac's Armagh Cider

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Mac's Armagh Cider
Leamhchoill, Forest Road , Forkhill Co Armagh , BT35 9SA
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Founded in 1995, Mac’s Armagh Cider is the focal point of the Armagh ‘revivalist’ cider movement

Mac's Armagh Cider

Founded in 1995, Mac’s Armagh Cider is the focal point of the Armagh ‘revivalist’ cider movement. Only traditional cider techniques are used – no dyes, no preservatives. Local fruit is crushed, fermented, racked, matured, blended and bottled. A very light level of carbonation is used and the ciders are pasteurised.


Mac’s produces three ciders: Mac’s Dry Cider, a traditional high-tannin cider with no concession to sweetness (the black coffee equivalent of cider); Mac’s Sweet Cider, which has sugar added and reduced tannin levels to cater for a modern taste; and Mac’s Lyte, a gentle, sweet, refreshing cider.

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