Sunday, 3 April 2011

Ciderhouse News - April Pt.1

  • An New Season batch of our Red Kite Yarlington Mill Cider (7.4%) is now available at the Red Lion, Middleton. It's a lovely reddish golden colour, quite soft, and a little spicy, with soft tannin in the finish. Try it as an accompaniment to warm Spring sunshine, Sunday papers, or a spot of gardening.

  • Details of the forthcoming Swan & Rushes Cider & Cheese Festival are beginning to filter out. Grant has successfully applied to close part of Grange Lane to traffic, setting up tables and chairs during daylight hours so that even more people can enjoy the ciders. The cider and perry list is still in its early stage, but already looks very good, featuring some of the very best producers in the Three Counties... and us! Stinking Bishop cheese is already confirmed, and subject to condition, we may send a barrel of our own 'Stinking Bishop' Perry (aka. Malvern Hills) to accompany it.

  • That's it for now...

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