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Ace Pear Cider Nutrition Information

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Shemiah Williams has been writing for various websites since 2009 and also writes for "Parle Magazine." She holds a bachelor's degree in business and technology and a master's degree in clinical psychology. Williams serves as a subject matter expert in many areas of health, relationships and professional development.
Ace Pear Cider Nutrition Information
Knowing the nutritional value of a cider can help you to enjoy it in moderation. Photo Credit Beer image by navi from Fotolia.com

Ace is a California-based company that manufactures premium alcoholic cider beverages including the Ace Pear Cider, also known as the Ace Perry Cider. Ciders have become a favorite alternative to beer, given their sweeter flavor. Alcoholic ciders are often referred to as hard ciders to differentiate them from traditional nonalcoholic cider. It's important to know their nutritional value to stay within your target caloric and nutritional range.

Serving Size

Ace Pear Cider is packaged in 12-oz. bottles, and that is the recommended serving size. The nutritional information provided is based on the recommended serving size.

Calories

Each bottle of Ace Pear Cider contains 155 calories. Remember to count this number of calories in your total daily calorie count.

Total Fat

Ace's Pear Cider does not contain any fat.

Protein

Ace Pear Cider is considered a plant-based protein, given that it is made in part from grain. One bottle of Ace Pear Cider contains 12 g of protein.

Sugar

One bottle of Ace Pear Cider contains 9 g of sugar, containing 155 calories. Drinking one bottle would reach or exceed the American Heart Association's daily recommended limit for sugar.

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