Beer of the Month: Pearway to Heaven

Beer of the Month: Pearway to Heaven

Pear Cider 4.5%

Beer of the Month: Pearway to Heaven Cider ${ cartQty[39811366191179] } £16.00


  • Taste

    Crisp. Tart. Dry.

  • ABV Once Brewed

    4.5% approx

Pure juice from British pears takes centre stage over a hint of apple. A dry cider with a touch of sweetness and a deliciously tart bite finish. Light body and colour and some natural haze. Refreshing, easy drinking, pearfect.

  • Brewing

    4 days

  • Conditioning

    3 days

  • Makes

    10 pints

  • Vegan Gluten Free


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Nutritions info

Developing Your Cider

Our brewing times get you incredible Fresh Cider. You can develop your cider further by brewing for longer. Fermenting Pearway to Heaven for an extra day, 5 days in total, and conditioning for up to 4 days in total will increase clarity and dryness and produce a more rounded flavour.

Develop Further
5 Days
Condition Up To
4 Days
Carbonation Dial Settings
Pinter 1
Pinter 2

Water, apple juice concentrate, pear juice not from concentrate, Dextrose Monohydrate, acidity regulator (Malic Acid), natural flavourings, Sucralose


Malic Acid

Nutrition Once Brewed

Per 100ml

Per Serving 284ml

Reference Intake

Energy (Kj)1444098000
Energy (Kcal)30852000
Fat (g)<0.1<0.370
Saturates (g)<0.1<0.320
Carbohydrates (g)0.82.3260
Sugars (g)0.30.890
Protein (g)<0.1<0.350
Salt (g)0.040.16

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