Brothers first started selling their Pear Cider at the Glastonbury Festival in 1995 near what was then called the Jazz World Stage. These days it is called The West Holts Stage but their bar is still in the same place. Over the years, festival goers kept asking them if it was possible to get their drink when the festival was over and so they decided to market it to pubs and supermarkets. Now you can get it all over the country and at other festivals besides Glastonbury.
Named after the feisty Cornish Rattler apple and blended with its know-how, Healey’s Cornish Rattler Cyder has the crisp, fresh flavour you crave.
8. Henry Weston
In 1880 Henry Weston first started crafting cider from the bittersweet apples grown on his farm in Much Marcle, Herefordshire. Over many years he refined the art of Herefordshire cider making. Today, Henry Weston Vintage Cider is crafted only from apples grown in a single year’s harvest in the three counties of Herefordshire, Gloucestershire & Worcestershire.
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Bulmers cider was established in 1887 by Percy Bulmer following the advice of his mother to make a business in food or drink, as they ‘never go out of fashion’. His enterprising cider business brought about something of a revolution, transforming cider from a drink enjoyed mainly by farmhands, to a drink enjoyed by the masses.