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Cider & Perry (2011 Archived List)

The 28th Festival will be held on Thurs 22nd - Sat 24th March 2018 at Brighton Racecourse.


APPLE section of CAMRA site

After the popularity of ciders, perry and wine at the 2005 festival, we've stocked a much wider range at subsequent festivals.

See below for details of the 30 ciders and 14 perries and 1 cider perry that were pencilled in for the start of the 2011 festival.

For more information, check out the APPLE section of the CAMRA website (opens in new window).


2011 Festival Provisional Selection:

The Ciders

  • Appledram Cider (West Sussex)
    Dry 7.5%
    Culinary/dessert apples. Fruity, clean finish with bite.
  • Burrow Hill Cider (Somerset)
    Medium 6%
    Cider apple varieties. Famously available each year at Glastonbury.
  • Crossmans Cider (Somerset)
    Sweet 6%
    Cider apple varieties. Sweet fruity flavour, not too sugary.
  • Gibbet Oak Russet &Falstaff Cider (Kent)
    Dry 5.8%
    Falstaff & Highgate Wonder (russet) apples. Light, soft, gently fruity.
  • Grays Cider (Devon)
    Sweet 6.5%
    Cider apple varieties. 300 years same family, same farm.
  • Green Valley Devon Farm Cyder (Devon)
    Dry 7%
    Cider apple varieties. Fresh and fruity, off-dry.
  • Green Valley Stillwood Vintage Cyder (Devon)
    Medium 8.3%
    Cider apple varieties. Mellow, almost winelike.
  • Gwatkins Stoke Red Cider (Hereford)
    Sweet 7.5%
    Cider apple single varietal. Sumptuous, succulent, full of flavour.
  • Gwynt y Ddraig Black Dragon Cider (Glamorgan)
    Medium 7.2%
    Cider apple varieties - high % K.B. Runner-up CAMRA Cider of the Year 2010.
  • Gwynt y Ddraig Happy Daze Cider (Glamorgan)
    Medium 4.5%
    Cider apple varieties. Easy drinking "session" cider.
  • Hecks Hangdown Cider (Somerset)
    Medium 6.5%
    Cider apple single varietal. Oak-fermented, great body, honeyed feel.
  • Hecks Kingston Black Cider (Somerset)
    Medium 7%
    Cider apple single varietal. Oak-fermented, CAMRA Cider of the Year 2006.
  • Hecks Port Wine Cider (Somerset)
    Medium 6.5%
    Cider apple single varietal. Oak fermented, vintage apple, pinkish cider.
  • JB Cider (West Sussex)
    Medium Dry 7.5%
    Cider apple varieties. Well-balanced cider - more tannic than some due to Kingston Black.
  • Hunts Sedlescombe Cider (East Sussex)
    Medium 6.5%
    Culinary/dessert apples. Sweetened back with apple concentrate.
  • Merry Moon Lunatickle Cider (Kent)
    Medium 6.6%
    Culinary/dessert apples. New producer - light and quaffable.
  • Newtons Autumn Harvest Cider (Hereford)
    Medium 5.5%
    Cider apple varieties. Smooth, crafted with care.
  • Oakwood Court of Wick Cider (East Sussex)
    Medium Sweet 7%
    Organic cider apple single varietal. One of Matthew Wilson's best.
  • Palmerhayes Kneebender Cider (Devon)
    Dry 6%
    Cider apple varieties. Beautiful nose and glorious bite.
  • Portslade Wild Thing Cider (East Sussex)
    Medium 7.2%
    Scrumps from the South Downs. Welcome return of perennial local favourite.
  • Pookhill Cidre nouveau Dabinett (East Sussex)
    Medium 6%
    Cider apple single varietal. Exploding with fruit!
  • Reddaways Farm Cider (Devon)
    Dry 6%
    Cider apple varieties. Traditional cider with rustic Devonshire bite.
  • Severn Sider (Gloucestershire)
    Sweet 6.3%
    Cider apple varieties. Whisky casked.
  • Sandford Orchards Shaky Bridge Cider (Somerset)
    Medium 6%
    Cider apple varieties. CAMRA Cider of the Year 2010.
  • Sheppys Cider (Somerset)
    Sweet 6%
    Cider apple varieties. NCCP favourites since 1981.
  • Sarah’s Cider (Herefordshire)
    Medium 6%
    Cider apple varieties. Well-balanced, easy drinking cider.
  • Springfield Red Dragon Cider (Monmouthshire)
    Medium 7.2%
    Cider apple varieties. Lively, refreshing.
  • Westcroft Janet’s Jungle Juice Cider (Somerset)
    Medium 6%
    Cider apple varieties. Popular, easy- drinking. CAMRA award winner 2007/8.
  • Wilkins Cider (Somerset)
    Dry 6%
    Cider apple varieties. Superb real cider, created by a living legend.
  • Winkleigh Sam’s Cider (Devon)
    Sweet 6%
    Cider apple varieties. Smooth, clean finish.

The Perries

  • Broadoak Perry (Somerset)
    Sweet 7.5%
    Perry pear varieties. Liquid pear drops. CAMRA Perry of the Year 2009.
  • Butford Farm Organic Perry (Herefordshire)
    Medium 5.8%
    Perry pear varieties. Rustic, full of pear flavour with a distinct bite.
  • Double Vision Impeared Vision Perry (Kent)
    Medium 7.4%
    Culinary/dessert & wild pears. Seriously quaffable, silky smooth.
  • Gwatkins Malvern Hill (Herefordshire)
    Sweet 7.5%
    Perry pear single varietal. Sweet, lively and tongue-tingling (very young).
  • Gwatkins Blakeney Red (Herefordshire)
    Medium 7.5%
    Perry pear single varietal. The popular award-winning red pear.
  • Gwatkins Oldfield (Herefordshire)
    Medium 7.5%
    Perry pear single varietal. Medium sweet and lively.
  • Gwynt y Ddraig Two Trees Perry (Glamorgan)
    Medium 5.5%
    Perry pear varieties. Aged in oak, clean and refreshing.
  • Hecks Hendre Huffcap Perry (Somerset)
    Medium 6.5%
    Perry pear single varietal. Oak fermented, very popular.
  • Lyne Down Perry (Herefordshire)
    Medium 6%
    Perry pear varieties. Another quaffing perry.
  • Merry Moon Scary Peary Perry (Kent)
    Medium 6.4%
    Perry pear varieties. Light and fruity.
  • Newtons Autumn Harvest Perry (Herefordshire)
    Medium 5.5%
    Perry pear varieties. Beautifully crafted blend of pears.
  • Oakwood Organic Perry (East Sussex)
    Medium Dry 5%
    Perry pear varieties. Sweet and sour!
  • Oakwood Organic Winnals Longdon Perry (East Sussex)
    Dry 4.5%
    Perry pear single varietal. Clean and fresh with green overtones.
  • Severn Sider Perry (Gloucestershire)
    Medium 6.4%
    Perry pear varieties. Whisky casked.

Cider Perry

  • Little Red Rooster Cider Perry (East Sussex)
    Sweet 8.4%
    Culinary, dessert & cider apples & pears. A well-rounded crowd pleaser.



There will also be a selection of local wine at the festival

 

 

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