All our ciders are available locally behind the bar in Coate’s House, and at Brockley Stores and Aimee’s Winehouse in Backwell.

 In 2019 we again have three expressions.  Our Still Medium Dry cider is still “Craft” to highlight the ethos behind its production.  We don’t believe in adding anything un-necessary and so it’s basically Apples and Yeast.  This is a traditional Somerset Farmhouse type cider.

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This year we’ve updated “Golden Valley”.  It’s a bright and sparkling cider available in bottles.  The name comes from the two Nailsea coal pits that were in the North East of Nailsea.  You can still see the remains of one of them on the grass next to Nailsea Park and Blackthorn Way – it’s the lump with the bushes growing on it. This is a blend of cider and dessert apples, with the emphasis on the cider apple.  It’s the least dry of our ciders, and our most popular.


Now a firm fixture in our line up we have “Trendle Wood”.  Launched at the Trendlewood Festival in Nailsea, on August Bank Holiday 2017.  This one has a citrus aftertone, clear and bright and sparkling.  Medium dry.