Nailsea’s first eat:Festival is coming up this Saturday, 5th October. All our bottled ciders will be available to buy to take away, and to drink at the festival. We’ll also have a Festival Special for sale by the glass.
Find us outside Westcoast on the High Street from 10am until 4pm
Nailsea Beer & Cider Festival
Nailsea Craft & Festival Special at their first visit to The Festival.
We are delighted to have been included in the lineup of ciders at this year’s Nailsea & Backwell Beer & Cider Festival at Nailsea Rugby Club. Good Luck to the team putting on this outstanding event and also to Children’s Hospice South West their nominated charity this year.
Nailsea Transition Town and Nailsea Cider once again teamed up together to bring Nailsea Apple Day 2015 to the good folk of Nailsea. Between 1pm and 4pm (well, 5pm really) we pressed apples from all comers, and also some that had been collected by the Transition Group. People brought along their own apples, we pressed them, and they took away the juice (or some of it). There was also Coffee and Apple Cakes available and some Live music provided by Dave Francis.
We had made cider from last year’s pressing which was available to buy by the glass, and could also be bought in 3l Bag in Boxes just along the road at our friends at the Ring o’ Bells.
We’re very excited that several varieties of old cider apples were picked up from Charlton Farm, where the Childrens’ Hospice are.
A good day, and all in all we pressed over 200ltrs of juice.
We’ve been busy. We’ve had Annie’s Apples and combined them with a load from the Orchard, and those have been pressed
There’s another 8 truggs from Sweet Briar ready to go too