Cider is known as hard cider in the United States and parts of Canada, a term that differentiates alcoholic cider from a type of apple juice known as cider.
German cider is mainly produced and consumed in Hessen, particularly in the Frankfurt, Wetterau and Odenwald areas, in Moselfranken, Merzig (Saarland) and the Trier area, as well as the lower Saar area and the region bordering on Luxembourg.
Cider made in the West Country is often referred to as "scrumpy", from the local dialect verb "to scrump": to steal apples.
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