Thatchers launches Zero, its first non alcoholic cider, in time for Dry January

Jacopo Mazzeo

Jacopo Mazzeo

08 January 2020

Somerset-based cidermaker Thatchers is tapping into the no and low trend with the launch of its first non alcoholic cider.

The new cider, dubbed Zero, is made with a blend of bittersweet apple varieties. The producer claims it has developed a ‘unique process’ to create its no-alcohol expression, but it's keeping all details about the process confidential.

Zero is said to have ‘a beautifully bright, golden appearance. Crisp, medium dry taste, and fruity aroma’. It’s suitable for vegetarians, vegans and it’s gluten-free.

The new alcohol-free expression joins Thatchers’ range of premium ciders, including the flagship Thatchers Gold, Thatchers Haze and Thatchers Rosé, which was launched just over a year ago.

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