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Cider is a type of alcoholic beverage made from the fermentation of apple juice. Cider can be made with any type of apple, but certain varieties are better suited for cidermaking than others. Cider is typically made with a blend of several different types of apples to achieve the desired flavor profile.

While cider can be made from any type of apple, vegan ciders are typically made with dessert apples such as Braeburn, Gala, or Golden Delicious. The sugar content in these apples helps to create a higher alcohol content in the finished cider. Cider can also be made using crabapples, which are smaller and more tart than traditional apples. Vegan crabapple cider is often quite dry and has a distinctively tart flavor.

Cider is made by crushing apples and then pressing the juice from the fruit. The resulting liquid is known as must. The must is then left to ferment, typically for several weeks. During fermentation, yeast cells convert the sugars in the must into alcohol. Cider can be still or sparkling, and it can range in color from pale straw to deep amber.

There are many popular brands of vegan cider available on the market today. Some of the most well-known brands include Woodchuck Cider, Angry Orchard Cider, and Stella Cidre. Vegan cider is also available from many local cideries and homebrewers.

The history of cider dates back to ancient times. Cider was first mentioned in literature by the Greek poet Homer, and it was also mentioned in the Bible. Cider was widely consumed in medieval Europe, and it was particularly popular in England. Cidermaking was introduced to the Americas by English colonists, and it quickly became popular in the new world as well.

Today, cider is enjoyed by vegans and non-vegans alike. Cider is a refreshing and flavorful alternative to beer, wine, or spirits. Whether you're looking for a dry or sweet cider, there's sure to be a vegan option that suits your taste.