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Kopparberg Premium Pear Cider £0.95 per 500ml can. INSTORE ONLY.

£0.95 @ IKEA
For those of you that are into cider at the moment, and more specifically pear cider, then you may be surprised to hear that IKEA is the place to go. It sells 500ml cans for 95p which compares well t… Read More
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For those of you that are into cider at the moment, and more specifically pear cider, then you may be surprised to hear that IKEA is the place to go. It sells 500ml cans for 95p which compares well to the major supermarkets, for example Sainsburys sell a 500ml bottle for £1.89.

So as well as getting the nicest pear cider (why isn't it called perry anymore?) cheap it also makes the dreaded bank holiday question "shall we go to Ikea?" a little more bearable. After what seems a lifetime following little red arrows you can at least stock up on alcohol. It is in the Swedish shop besides the meatballs and mini dime bars.

I know that it is still expensive but when you compare to other prices this is a good deal. I also know that there will be some people who think it is just sheep trying to be trendy who drink this. If you are one of them, I think you should go and sit down with a "proper" drink rather than voting cold. ;0)
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#1
I first tried pear cider at my local continental market they have twice a year and havent looked back since, its so refreshing on a hot day! At the time none of the supermarkets stocked it, so I was surprised too to find it in ikea. Well worth trying! I didnt even know it was trendy, thats a first for me!
#2
alcohol tastes better out of bottles
#3
harlzter
I didnt even know it was trendy, thats a first for me!


You must be the trend setter then, and everyone else is following you.

I think it is riding on the back of ciders popularity and Tesco say they are selling over 3000 cases a week of pear cider now compared to just 100 a week last year.
#4
dudedude
alcohol tastes better out of bottles



I used to prefer bottles but for some reason have converted to cans over the last few years.

Even when I was a bottle drinker I don't think I'd have paid twice as much though.

And they take longer to chill!
#5
dudedude
alcohol tastes better out of bottles


Buy one bottle and as many cans as you want. Drink the bottle and then pour the cans into the bottle! :giggle:
#6
my swedish friend told me the Kopparberg over in Sweden is 7ish%, why do we have to lumbered with the 'soft drink' version? :giggle:

on a slight tangent, Brothers Pear Cider is better IMO. anyone who goes to Glastonbury should agree with me on that one...
#7
dogvilledan
my swedish friend told me the Kopparberg over in Sweden is 7ish%, why do we have to lumbered with the 'soft drink' version? :giggle:

on a slight tangent, Brothers Pear Cider is better IMO. anyone who goes to Glastonbury should agree with me on that one...

there's an alcohol free version here too
#8
bellamy_47
there's an alcohol free version here too


exactly. might as well get fizzy pear juice.
#9
If you buy a crate of 24 I believe the price goes down to under £20 for the crate so a few more £££ being saved there
#10
Ikea have been selling this for over 2 years now (I first bought it at the one in Leeds in 2005), and it's been that price ever since.

Also, for the 'I refuse to drink booze from a can' crowd, Sainsbury's are selling 1 Litre bottles of St.Helier Pear Cider for £2.39 (that's 25% off until the 11/09/07). It's tastes exactly like Kopparberg, but is 5% and less gassy.
#11
dogvilledan
exactly. might as well get fizzy pear juice.


true, but the alcohol free Kopparberg tastes exactly like the 4.5% stuff.
I know this because when I last bought some I picked the alcohol free version by accident, went through 8 cans and couldn't understand why I wasn't ill :whistling:
#12
dudedude
alcohol tastes better out of bottles


alcohol tastes better out the pumps :p ........well ok maybe not cider lol but fosters! ::w00t:
#13
There are other flavours in Sweden but Ikea do not sell them. Would love to try the others.
#14
koppaberg is rather tasty.. for those of you that havent tried it I would say it is closest to magners, but much sweeter and even lighter with a crisp finish. Very refreshing. Give it a try...

anewman: any wetherspoons bar does apple/pear/summer fruits
#15
This is such a refreshing drink. Best served in a pint glass with loads of ice! mmm. The apple one is lovely too, not tangy/tarty like most ciders. Been having to order this online from beersofeurope till now. Cheers!
#16
have tried it and tbh not 2 my taste at all way 2 sweet for me,nice price though
#17
my swedish friend told me the Kopparberg over in Sweden is 7ish%
. . .
Gr8 im off to sweden for the football on Thursday. . . good deal for me when i get back!!!
#18
years ago pear cider used to be called perry as in babysham
#19
i work in a bar...and i have one bottle of koppaberg every nite...its absolutely amazing...
#20
I bought some of this a few months ago because of its price, however I couldn't finish the can because it is sooooooooo sweet. Eugh !

I recently bought 8 cans of Scrumpy Jack from Tesco's for £5.50. Much nicer imho. :thumbsup:
#21
I work for John Smiths Brewery in Tadcaster, and Pear Cider is seen as the next big thing in drinks in the UK. We are running some trials on Pear Cider into bottles next month, and the cider is being transported here by tanker from Finland, where it is very popular over there.
I suppose I'll be made to sample some when we produce it. It's a hard job I know!! :)
#22
I think that IKEA bought the license to sell the stuff in the UK...we've had it for years from them!

Lovely stuff!!
#23
Just waiting for them to finish building the Ikea in coventry lol
#24
bellamy_47
there's an alcohol free version here too



Yes Ikea sell that too only 55p a tin, bought a couple of cans on my first visit to Ikea Leeds on Saturday, then had a hotdog and some fizzy lingonberry juice!! Also the chocolate they sell for 40p for 100g bar tastes rather like galaxy!!!
#25
robpears
Just waiting for them to finish building the Ikea in coventry lol


Is it self-assembly?

...imagine if there's a screw missing. Disaster!
#26
(1) Koppaberg Cider is much, much better than any other pear cider I have tried. It is the only one which actually tastes of *pear* - the other ones could easily pass for apple. Go figure.

(2) Kopparberg also has a delicious musk-type fragrance. Yum!

(3) Alcohol absolutely tastes far better from a bottle. Drinking from a metal container? Ugh!

(4) Kopparberg is widely available in not just Sweden, but also Estonia and Latvia - in fact probably the whole Baltic area. And it's damn cheap there too - probably about 20p a bottle. You see Swedes coming back on the ferry from Tallinn (Estonia) with 4 or 5 cases of the stuff as the savings they make more than pay for the return ferry trip...

(5) Did I mention this stuff tastes *so* much better than any other "pear" cider? Yes? Good.

(6)
#27
(1) Koppaberg Cider is much, much better than any other pear cider I have tried. It is the only one which actually tastes of *pear* - the other ones could easily pass for apple. Go figure.

(2) Kopparberg also has a delicious musk-type fragrance. Yum!

(3) Alcohol absolutely tastes far better from a bottle. Drinking from a metal container? Ugh!

(4) Kopparberg is widely available in not just Sweden, but also Estonia and Latvia - in fact probably the whole Baltic area. And it's damn cheap there too - probably about 20p a bottle. You see Swedes coming back on the ferry from Tallinn (Estonia) with 4 or 5 cases of the stuff as the savings they make more than pay for the return ferry trip...

(5) Did I mention this stuff tastes *so* much better than any other "pear" cider? Yes? Good.

(6) I've
#28
IMO the other fruit Koppabergs are much better but so bloody hard to get hold of! If you can find somewhere that stocks them, they also do blueberry, cranberry, raspberry, mixed fruits & summer fruits amongst others I cant really remember at the mo.

Oh, and somebody asked earlier why perrys are now referred to as 'pear cider'. It's basically babycham's fault. No, really. I spoke to a tour guide at westons who said years ago 90% of their turnover was down to perry, but it was now less than 5% because the drink was no longer popular. On the other side, cider consumption has shot up and kind of compensated. Apparently in spain and the continent they drink massive amounts of perry. :)
#29
Don't forget the free pencil.
#30
do ikea also have the non alcohol version my partner is a x alcholic and we found the non alcohol version in our local wetherspoons as well as the alchohol version and we want it for partys etc we have tried everywhere on tne internet for it and its like rocking horse poo!!:thumbsup:
#31
dogvilledan

on a slight tangent, Brothers Pear Cider is better IMO. anyone who goes to Glastonbury should agree with me on that one...


agreed, you can't beat the pear cider sold at glastonbury, and you can buy it online :thumbsup:

brothers pear cider
[admin]#32
I can't find Kopparberg non-alcohol but you may want to check out Alcohol Free Shop online as they have quite a bit of variety:

http://www.alcoholfree.co.uk


#33
fanny
do ikea also have the non alcohol version my partner is a x alcholic and we found the non alcohol version in our local wetherspoons as well as the alchohol version and we want it for partys etc we have tried everywhere on tne internet for it and its like rocking horse poo!!:thumbsup:


I think its mentioned earlier in the thread, but yes Ikea do have it for about 55p
#34
Love this stuff! Just waiting til after my pregnancy to actually indulge!!! xxx
#35
souljacker
agreed, you can't beat the pear cider sold at glastonbury, and you can buy it online :thumbsup:

brothers pear cider

kink on brothers site tells you which shops/pubs stock it as well link sorry
#36
fern
years ago pear cider used to be called perry as in babysham


If you go to bear festivals you'll find that it is still called perry. You'll also get proper perry, rather than the **** that shops sell like this. It's just being marketed as a trendy drink in bars, which is presumably why it's taken off in supermarkets. If you try some real, decent perry you'd find it'd blow this stuff out fo the water.

Edit: I meant beer rather than bear! :)
#37
Never been to a bear festival before...........do they have them in the woods.......:-)
#38
Hondo
Never been to a bear festival before...........do they have them in the woods.......:-)


:giggle:
#39
LOL. Can't believe I wrote bear instead of beer! My mind was on the lovely perry I had at the Glastonwick festival eaerlier in the year at the time! :)
#40
Kopperberg is the best, cant get to Ikea though which is a shame but still voting hot

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