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Craft Ciders

Cider has been rediscovered in the last few years, and a whole variety of styles has burst onto the scene.

Angry Orchard

Origin: Cincinnati, USA

ABV: 5.0% 500ml

Appearance: Amber

Taste: Crisp, fresh, slightly sweet

The people at Angry Orchard started out in the 1990s by experimenting with different types of apple and different techniques from all over the world, before coming up with something different and special.

Today, they select bittersweet apples from France (making the cider ‘angry’) and culinary apples from Italy – fermenting them with a white wine yeast and ageing the results in wood to add subtle notes of spice and vanilla.

This is a balanced cider, with sweet, ripe apple notes up front and a dryness in the finish.


Aspall Suffolk Cyder

Origin: Stowmarket, UK

ABV: 5.5% 500ml

Appearance: Light golden

Taste: Medium dry, delicate, fresh

The Chevallier family, which still owns the brand today, moved from Jersey into Aspall Hall (in the Suffolk countryside) way back in 1702, where Clement Chevallier started making his own cider in 1728.

Now the eighth generation, Henry and Barry Chevallier-Guild preside over the modern revival of cider-making at Aspall Hall which, in 2003, saw the launch of Aspall Draft Suffolk Cyder, in its elegant signature bottle – found in your local Wetherspoon.

Henry describes the style of the medium-dry cider as ‘very much east coast’, meaning that, unlike traditional West Country ciders, the emphasis is on appley flavours, rather than cider-like flavours.

“It has a nice balance and a racy acidity, giving it a clean, lingering finish – and it matches well with sweet and sour dishes and curries.”