(British) A rough cider, normally more alcoholic than usual, and typically produced through natural fermentation.
strong cider (as made in western England)
rough strong cider, especially as made in the West Country of England.
Scrumpy is a type of cider originating in the West of England, particularly the West Country. Traditionally, the dialect term was used to refer to what was otherwise called , a harsh cider made from unselected apples.