What Is the Difference between Beer and Cider?

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Cider and beer are some of the notable beverages in the world and the two are different from one another. Cider is made from apple juice while beer is from malted barley. Beer can be alcoholic while cider can either be alcoholic or non-alcoholic.
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Ingredients make the difference. Cider is made from apple juice. Beer is made from malted barley that is mashed (where the starches from the grain is converted to sugars by enzymes)
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