The Refreshing Taste of Rattler

Rattler is the world's first fermented low , providing the same character and flavor of traditional Rattler ciders, but at 0% ABV. This unique was created by a team of cider makers in Cornwall, England with a patented method that results in 97% of the cider coming from fermented apples.

Unlike other alcoholic beverages on the market, Rattler provides all of the same great taste you know and love from Rattler ciders but without any of the added alcohol content. This makes it a perfect option for tose who are trying to avoid drinking alcoholic beverages or simply don't want to experience any of its effects.

The drink gets its name from a Bavarian dialect word for Radfahrer (“cyclist”). This is due to its origins as a traditional German beverage called a radler, which consists of half (usually something light like pilsner or wheat beer) and half lemonade (grapefruit is also common). The low alcohol content makes it an ideal sessionable beverage that won't leave you feeling too full or sluggish after consumption.

If you're looking for an alternative to traditional alcoholic beverages, then Rattler Zero Cider could be just what you are looking for. It has all the flavor and character of traditional Rattler ciders with none of the alcohol content, making it an ideal choice for those who want to enjoy a delicious drink without any added effects. So why not give it a try? You'll be glad you did!

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The Meaning of Rattler Alcohol

Rattler Zero Alcohol is a low alcohol cider made using a unique method developed in Cornwall. It is 97% fermented from apples, giving it the same character and flavour as Rattler, but without any alcohol content. Instead of the traditional fermentation process used to create regular ciders, this method uses a cold-fermentation technique that stops activity before any significant amount of alcohol can be produced. This process results in a refreshing cider with all the great flavours and taste of Rattler without any of the alcohol.

Ingredients of Rattler

Rattler herbicide is a highly effective formulation made from two active ingredients: isopropylamine salt and potassium salt of glyphosate. Isopropylamine Salt, also known as glyphosate-isopropyl amine (Glufosinate), is a non-selective, broad-spectrum herbicide that kills both annual and perennial weeds. Potassium Salt of Glyphosate, also known as potassium glycinate, is an effective weed killer that works by transferring to the root system and blocking the absorption of nutrients necessary for plant growth. Together these ingredients make up Rattler herbicide, which provides excellent control of both grasses and broadleaf weeds.

The Origin of the Name ‘Rattler'

The Rattler is a variety of cider apple that originated in Cornwall, England. As a way to pay homage to the company's Cornish heritage and identity, the owners decided to name their cider after this unique type of apple. Additionally, they chose to use an image of a snake as part of their branding in order to make their brand more memorable. The combination of the Cornish apple and snake imagery makes for an unforgettable logo and brand name that perfectly encapsulates the unique flavor of their beverage.


Rattler Zero Cider is a unique low alcohol beverage created in Cornwall. It is 97% fermented apples, giving it the same character and flavour as regular Rattler Cider, but with 0% ABV. This makes it an ideal sessionable drink for cyclists and other active people, who don't want to compromise on taste while staying hydrated. With its refreshing citrus flavours and light body, Rattler Zero Cider is sure to become a favourite among health-conscious drinkers around the world.

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Thomas Ashford

Thomas Ashford is a highly educated brewer with years of experience in the industry. He has a Bachelor Degree in Chemistry and a Master Degree in Brewing Science. He is also BJCP Certified Beer Judge. Tom has worked hard to become one of the most experienced brewers in the industry. He has experience monitoring brewhouse and cellaring operations, coordinating brewhouse projects, and optimizing brewery operations for maximum efficiency. He is also familiar mixology and an experienced sommelier. Tom is an expert organizer of beer festivals, wine tastings, and brewery tours.