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Here you can find details of many of the members of the Three Counties Cider and Perry Association – those who have agreed to have their contact details made available over the web. If you want to visit any of the members please check their visiting arrangements – many producers are running small scale operations and are not set up for large numbers of visitors.


Beard and Sabre Cider

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Craft Cider maker based in Cirencester, combining traditional methods using 100% pressed vintage cider apples to produce a range of ciders both classic and with a modern twist.

Isaac & Jo Nixon

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We have been running Prior`s tipple for 4 years now and have recently moved production to our home address – Head keepers cottage, Stanway hill, Stanway, Gloucestershire, GL54 5PH , Tel; 01386 584697.

We have increased the size of the business and now supply over 40 outlets both locally and nationally.

Minchew’s Real Cyder and Perry

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Kevin has been making real cider and perry commercially near Tewkesbury since 1993 and has the world’s largest collection of single varietal cyders and perries.

Mitchell F&D

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Formerly of Core Food and Drink, gives courses on cider making. Full course details are available on his website.

Old Stag Cider

Old stag cider is a family run craft cider business based in Fairford, Glos. We ferment single variety and mix fruit ciders and perry.

Orchards Cider and Perry Co.

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Traditional crafted cider and perry produced in the Wye Valley, using apples from Gloucestershire and Monmouthshire.

Out of the Orchard/Hartpury Process

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Hartpury Process Ltd and Out of the Orchard are based at The Hartpury Orchard Centre. We produce our own cider and perry and our production facilities are available for hire. For further information contact Mattias 07512 898365

Pearsons Cider

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Ragged Stone Cider & Perry

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Traditional Cider & Perry from our own 15 acres of orchards. Supply 20L Bag in Boxes for festivals & events, along with bottled stock. Attend local farmers markets or can provide a bar for your own event with staff and stock. Contact Chris 07720 399966


Artistraw Orchard and Ciderhouse

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Nestled at the confluence of the Golden and Wye Valleys, Artistraw make pure juice cider and perry from unsprayed orchards that reflect the local terroir. Visit the organically farmed smallholding to learn more about our ciders and perries, the rare fruit we use in them, and how we harness only what nature provides to craft our award winning drinks (by appointment only) 2 miles from Hay-on-Wye. And no, no shrews are harmed in the making of our ciders!

Bartestree Cider Co

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We produce bespoke, small-batch, pure-juice ciders and perries from local Herefordshire fruit, with the miniumum level of intervention that allows the true character of the fruit to shine through. Our speciality is the production of single-varietal ciders and perries, mainly on draught, with a few vintages bottled.

Butford Organics

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an organic smallholding specialising in cider, perry, pork and eggs

Celtic Marches Beverages Ltd

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We produce authentic quality Herefordshire cider on our farm in Bishops Frome. We are committed to producing artisan products with the care and compassion of a small local cider maker. However we have the capacity to produce for national and international distribution. We have recently been awarded PGI – Protected Geographical Indicator which authenticates our ciders are genuine Herefordshire ciders made from Herefordshire cider apples.

Checkley Brook Cyder

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small scale Herefordshire Cyder producer

Cleeve Orchard Cider and Perry

Multi award winning craft  Cider and Perry made from the fruits of Ross on Wye’s last commercial cider orchard which is neither sprayed nor fertilised. We produce Keeved Ciders, Bottle Conditioned, Methode Traditionelle, blends and single varieties.

Clive chapman

Small producer of cider based near Ledbury E-mail. I produce 3000 litres a year, mostly single varietals, inclduing Katy.

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Fair Oak Cider

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We make cider on our farm in a restored 17th-century horse-drawn mill and press, using traditional varieties of apples from orchards around the Golden Valley.

Greggs Pit Cider and Perry

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Based in Much Marcle, specialise in perry

Hancocks Meadow Farm

Small producers in South Herefordshire’s Ballingham, with the aim to make 7000 litres annually. Focusing on blending from our own rare virieties of triditionel cider apple.

Henney’s Cider

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medium sized producer of premium quality bottled cider that is available through supermarkets nationwide

Hollow Ash Orchard

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We produce bottle-conditioned cider and pure apple juice on a small scale when not making Shepherds’ Huts. Based in SW Herefordshire.

Little Pomona Orchard & Cidery

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Using only the juice of freshly pressed apples, grown in our orchard in Thornbury and those of our nearby friends, we harness wild yeasts to create small batches of cider that truly reflect our apples and our orchard.

Newton Court Cider

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For us, craft cider means cider that’s pressed at our farm by a master cider maker named Paul (and a few of his local friends). It means making cider out of proper apples. It means a cidery surrounded by orchards, not industrial equipment. It means people covered in mud and apple peels, not people in suits. Buying craft cider supports local business, the heritage and the countryside (find out more about on our environment page). But most of all, craft cider tastes much, much better.

Olivers Cider and Perry

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Craft producers of fine and distinctive Herefordshire ciders and perries; in bottle and draught.

Once Upon a Tree

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producers of estate grown and bottled cider and apple juice, situated at Dragon Orchard in Putley on the slopes of the Marcle Ridge. A range of highest quality products are available, including handcrafted ciders and single varietal apple juice.

Pips Cider

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A small family business in Dorstone in the Golden Valley, Pips Cider began cider making in 2009.

Ross-on-Wye Cider & Perry Co Ltd

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A four generation old family farm, producing likely the largest collection of single variety ciders & perries available commercially in the world. Tenants of the Yew Tree pub at Peterstow on the A49, where they host monthly Cider Club’s, annual Cider Trials and operate their Cider Shop, with three draught ciders, one draught perry and over sixty bottled ciders and perries. Highlight of the year is their annual Cider Festival.

Sarah’s Cider

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at Bosbury near Ledbury.

Ty Gwyn Cider

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Ty Gwyn Cider produce a range of 100% juice still and sparkling ciders and a perry on their farm near the Black Mountains. For info contact Alex on 01981 241 181

Woodredding Cider and Perry

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We produce award winning cider and perry using our 200 year old wooden press.
Please contact us for sales and cider making days.


Barbourne Cider

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A smallscale producer of fine Worcestershire ciders and perrys.

Barker’s Real Cider and Perry

John Barker has been making cider and Perry from the farms’ own traditional Victorian orchards since 1995, and restoring the orchards by grafting the old trees on to new stock and careful pruning of the old trees to rejuvenate them – some planted in 1850.
The cider and perry is pressed on the farm and fermented in the extensive farmhouse cellar designed for the job about 1850.
Sales 01905 640697 [wholesale only but retail at my local pub]

Oldfields Orchard

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Oldfields Orchard ciders are made by the team at Hobsons Brewery and local farmer, Geoff Thompson, who supplies the hops for the ales and apples for the cider from his fields in the Teme Valley near Tenbury Wells.


Tardebigge Cider

You will find us approximately 3.5 Km South East of the intersection of the M42 and the A38, just off the B4096 at Broad Green, about 400m down a lane cut through the sandstone. A wall mounted post box is at the bottom of our driveway. The OS Grid reference is sheet 139 (Birmingham) SO 990701.

The Fleece Inn

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A historical pub which celebrates all things traditionally English at any opportunity including the British Asparagus Festival in May and its very own Apple and Ale Festival in October.

Zunny Zider Life

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traditional cider makers in Worcestershire.

Other Members and Related Organisations

2 Towns Ciderhouse

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Craft Cider Producer in Oregon, USA, making all craft ciders using only local ingredients!

Halletts Real Cider

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We’ve taken the traditional methods
of cider making from fresh cider apples and applied a new philosophy to our
production, stealing a few techniques from wine makers along the way.

Hogan’s Cider

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Warwickshire based cider maker.

Lambourn Valley Cider

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Produces real cider and perry in the Royal County of Berkshire.

London Glider Cider

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“From the Orchards of Suburbia” London Glider take unwanted fruit from the gardens of Londoners and turn it into cider and perry, selling mainly through farmers markets. Contact Rochelle Schwartz 07940 725409 or email

Napton Cidery Ltd

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A small craft cidery based in the Warwickshire countryside. Making hand crafted ciders using wild yeasts with great fruit. A lot of small batch ciders, single varieties available mostly unpasteurised and some amazing vintage blends. We also make some fine Perry from thorn and brandy, Cider Vinegar, Apple Brandy, and apple juice.

Palmer’s Upland Cyder

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We are a small scale company making cyder and perry following the heritage of traditional methods with a bit of 21st century know-how to ensure a quality product is created. We pick fruit from unsprayed orchards and do not press the fruit until we think it is fully ripe. My fruit is mainly sourced from Monmouthshire and Powys but I sometimes stray over the border into Herefordshire and Gloucestershire to get fruit for the blends I want. The cyder shed and equipment used to make the cyder has been largely made by myself and each year I reinvest in something new to enhance the cyder making process.
We only ferment freshly pressed apple/pear juice and rely on the naturally occurring yeasts from the fruit to create unique flavours. Our cyder and perry change from year to year. The beauty of craft cyder making is you never know what you are going to end up with. It is not like the industrially produced cider that is the same each year.

The Cider Museum

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21 Ryelands Street, Hereford HR4 0LW. This is an obvious place to start on the Herefordshire Cider Tour. The museum also houses the Archive of Cider Pomology which was established in 2010 to provide a safe repository for material of scientific and historical interest relating to the pomology of cider and perry, their manufacture and associated crafts.

Three Counties Perry

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Slowfood presidium which aims to:

  • Raise awareness amongst consumers and the general public of perry;
  • Safeguard biodiversity;
  • Maintain, protect and enhance the skills involved in the production and marketing of perry.

Tidnor Wood

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Orchard Trust is a Community Interest Company only a coupe of miles from the centre of Hereford. It has four orchards including a National Collection of over 400 apple varieties traditionally used in cider making.

Toloja Cider & Apple Juice

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Toloja Holdings produces Cider and Apple Juice and has also planted a 100 tree orchard museum using only Welsh varieties of apple and pear trees. In addition Toloja are breeders of rare breed animals.

Truffles Delicatessen

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We are a traditional Deli on the High Street in beautiful Ross on Wye. Alongside all of the usual deli lines you will find over 100 different ciders from 20+ different local suppliers, as well as local ale, wines and spirits.