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Pear Cider - semi-sweet
4.5%
Brewery Fortuna - from Poland

Perry Miloslawski
Now Available in 30L Kegs!



Perry, also referred to as pear cider, is a traditional Polish beverage made from fermented pear juice. The semi-sweet Perry Miloslawski has an exceptionally mild flavor which comes from local pears ripening in Polish orchards. The cider is light, sweet and sour, pleasantly effervescent and has a captivating aroma.
Made entirely from natural ingredients. Semi-effervescent pear cider, pasteurized, naturally fermented.



Price CategorySpecialty, Import

Beer StylePear Cider - semi-sweet

Alcohol By Vol.4.5%

CharacteristicsLight, sweet and sour and pleasantly effervescent with a captivating ripe pear aroma.



UPC CODES


20 X 16.9 FL. OZ.699176-583655 123ABC

30L ONE-WAY KEG



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