Cider and Perry 2019

Cider List as of 02/07/19

2019 Festival Programme

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Cider/PerryProducerLocationTasting Notes
CiderBollhayesCullompton, DevonTraditional cider from their own orchard in theBlackdown Hills.
CiderCJ'sUsk, MonmouthshireCider is often a tannic orange colour by exposing the pulped fruit to the air for a time before pressing.
CiderCrazy DaveHolyport, BerkshireWe have four types of cider from a skilled new local producer, who sells on the second Saturday of every month at Ealing Farmers Market.
CiderDays CottageBrookthrope, GloucestershireFruit from unsprayed mature trees, including unique, local heritage varieties such as Taynton Codlin, Flower of the West and Underleaves.
PerryDouble VisionBoughton-Monchelsea, KentPerry made with Kentish pear juice with the appropriate name of Impeared Vision.
Flavoured CiderDuddas TunDoddington, KentCherry, apricot and blackcurrant flavoured Kentish eating apple cider.
Cider, Perry and Flavoured CiderGwatkinAbbey Dore, HerefordshireDenis Gwatkin uses apples and pears from the farm's original orchards and other local orchards which grow along the Golden Valley. Look out for the strawberry flavoured cider, named after the dyestuff added to agricultural fuel for tax purposes.
CiderHecksStreet, Somerset6 generations of cider makers, if you ever drank cider at the Glastonbury festival it was probably a Hecks.
Flavoured CiderKentCanterbury, KentCider made from eating apples flavoured with mango juice and also with elderflower.
CiderLlanblethian OrchardsCowbridge, GlamorganTraditional craft ciders and perries using 100% fresh juice, no concentrate, no added water, no chemical ‘fruit’ flavours.
CiderLondon GliderWaltham Abbey, EssexNever mind the pig's ears, get some glider inside you! Unwanted fruit collected from London suburban gardens and turned into award winning cider.
CiderMeareMeare, SomersetCider from the marsh of Avalon.
CiderNempnettNempnett Thrubwell, SomersetVintage cider apples handpicked on the family farm.
CiderPagnett'sDursley, GloucestershireTraditional Cotswold cider.
PerryPalmers UplandRogerstone, GwentPerry made from ancient trees possibly including the following varieties: Barnet, Winnalls Longdon, Thorn, Blakeney Red, Oldfield, Sack,Brown Bess, Green Horse, Butt, Brandy, Hendre Huffcap, Yellow Huffcap, Judge Amphlett, Monmouthshire Burgundy.
CiderParson's ChoiceWest Lyng, SomersetUses traditional varieties of cider apple, including Kingston Black, Bulmers Norman, Michelin, Dabinett, Yarlington Mill, White Jersey, Somerset Redstreak, Morgan Sweet and Lyng Sunset.
CiderRichHighstone, SomersetGordon Rich started making farmhouse cider over 50 years ago and the business is now run by his daughter. We have a dry cider this year.
PerryRob'sLonghope. GloucestershireKeen home producer beginning larger scale production, including this naturally sweet perry called Gloucester Brown.
CiderRosie's Triple DLlandegla, DenbighshireFarm cider named after Rosie, a beloved Jack Russell terrier. Has the bite to go with it!
PerryRoss on Wye CiderPeterstow, HerefordshireThe Johnson family have been pressing apples and pears at Broome Farm since the 1930s. Today our natural cider is produced in the same traditional way in the unique soil and climate of Herefordshire. The idermaking is pure and simple, using only whole juice, and allowing natural fermentation.
CiderWestcroftBrent Knoll, SomersetCider producers since 1916, no concentrate, dessert or culinary apples are used in this most proper of proper ciders. We hope to have the Farmhouse Dry, the big dry Daddy to the infamous Janet's Jungle Juice.
CiderWilkinsMudgley, SomersetThe Independent review sums up this producer: “Not a cider for the novice – a sip of Wilkins’ will put hairs on your chest. And those hairs will sprout hairs. Roger makes his cider the traditional way, leaving the juice of ferment naturally in wooden barrels, resulting in a fearsome, robust, Lucozade-hued booze that’s not ready to tap until Roger says it’s ready.”
CiderW M WatkinsAbergavenny, MonmouthshireTony Watkins began cider production in 2003 in Wales, making 150 gallons. He has steadily increased production and cider sales now complement his principle business of cattle & sheep farming.