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Westons – Caple Rd Cider
1 month ago

Westons – Caple Rd Cider

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Caple Rd Cider is a new product to the Australian Cider market from the English Cider makers Weston’s. It breaks a few traditions for Weston’s, this is their first canned cider and first from any of the UK big players. Read More

Dunkertons Breakwells Seeding Cider
2 months ago

Dunkertons Breakwells Seeding Cider

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Breakwells Seedling is a pretty rare apple discovered in Monmouth, a little town on the Welsh border, a little over a century ago. Dunkerton’s orchards just so happen to have a few of these trees and used them to make the Dunkertons Breakwells Seedling Cider. Read More

Perry’s Barn Owl Farm House Cider
4 months ago

Perry’s Barn Owl Farm House Cider

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98 years, 4 generations, 24 acres, 12,000 bottles a day and 3 birds lead us to Somerst’s Perry Cider makers of the Perry’s Barn Owl Farm House Cider. Read More

Dunkertons Dry Organic Cider
4 months ago

Dunkertons Dry Organic Cider

By  •  British

The year is 1980 in Herefordshire, England. Susie and Ivor are new arrives to the area. There is one major cider maker in town. The husband and wife duo saw an opportunity, at that moment Dunkerton’s Cider was born. Dunkerton’s Dry Organic Cider is one of their flagship ciders.  Read More

UK Cider Tour Day 3
5 months ago

UK Cider Tour Day 3

By  •  News, British

Day 3 of my UK Cider Tour starts outs fine. I rolled out of Monmouth on my preplanned route. I did my research and planned to ride on quiet roads and bike paths. Today’s bike path is more of a walking trail with lots of gates along the way. It ends far too quickly. Read More

UK Cider Tour Day 2
5 months ago

UK Cider Tour Day 2

By  •  News, British

My UK Cider Tour Day 2 started off with a replacement bus service from Bristol to Newport. Wales isn’t world-famous for its cider…yet. I have managed to get my hands on a few bottles in the past and they have always been quality. Read More

UK Cider Tour Day 1
5 months ago

UK Cider Tour Day 1

By  •  News, British

I’ve left London on a west bound train. I’ve got my bike loaded up with 10 kilos worth of cloths and cameras. I’ve got 70 odd kilometers ride a head of me today. This is my first time into Somerset, I’m trying to get a good sense of what makes Somerset cider unique. This is my UK Cider Tour Day 1.
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Gwynt y Ddraig Gold Medal Cider
9 months ago

Gwynt y Ddraig Gold Medal Cider

By  •  British

Gwynt y Ddraig is Welsh for the Dragons Wind. A small cider maker in southern Wales. It started out as a hobby and grew into a business. This cider is the one that got them on the map. Gwynt y Ddraig’s Gold Medal Cider as the name suggests, was their first cider to get a gong. Read More