3 responses to “What is ‘commercial’ cider?”

  1. Anais Dé

    Very interesting thoughts.

    I am currently doing some researches in Quebec on cider production. Here, the term “commercial cider” refers to the product made by cider makers who hold a “commercial” permit. The irony is that producers can hold both permits: crafter and commercial. This will able the to sell in different places.

    Now, the oral use of the terms may be different, and, generally speaking, the term “commercial” has a pejorative sens to it.

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