Weston's Old Rosie
It is the Weston's flagship cider and is widely available in many pubs across the UK. The name 'Old Rosie' comes from a steam roller, it can be seen on the front of the pump clip and bottle labels.
Westons themselves describe Old Rosie thus: "Award winning Old Rosie Scrumpy is allowed to settle out naturally after fermentation resulting in a truly old fashioned, full flavoured, appley, cloudy scrumpy; with a well balanced medium dry character."
Alcohol 7.3% by volume.
It's always a relief to find a pub such as a Wetherspoon that has Old Rosie available from a bag in box or even on draft, although the draft version is less consistent. There's also an inferior slightly carbonated bottled version.