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Cider & Perry (2013 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 33 ciders (split into dry, medium dry, medium, medium sweet and sweet), 13perries and 1 cider perry that feature from the start of the 2013 Festival.

Update 28 Feb, 4.45pm: the two Battle ciders didn't arrive...
Update 1 March, 11.32am: ... until this morning!

Update 2 March 5pm: The following ciders/perries from the list below have sold out before the start of the Saturday evening session:

  • Dorset Nectar cider
  • Double Vision cider
  • Dudda's Tun Medium cider
  • Barbourne Red perry
  • Broad Oak perry
  • Hecks Red perry
  • Little Red Rooster cider perry
  • Swallowfields Medium Dry Moorcroft

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


2013 Festival Selection:

Dry Ciders

  • Battle Cider, East Sussex, 7%
  • Crossmans Prime Farmhouse Cider, Somerset, 6%
  • Double Vision Cider, Kent, 7.4%
  • JB Cider, West Sussex, 7.5%
  • Uncle Stoat's Sussex Cyder, East Sussex, 6%
  • Yellowcoate Cider, East Sussex, 5.5%

Medium Dry Ciders

  • Gwynt Y Ddraig Black Dragon Cider, Glamorgan, 7.2%
  • Hecks Kingston Black Cider (SV), Somerset, 6.5%
  • Oakwood Organic Cider, East Sussex, 6%
  • Portslade Wild Beast, East Sussex, 7.5%
  • Trappers Cider Fat Tuesday Laughing Jester, East Sussex, 5.5%
  • West Croft Janets Jungle Juice Cider, Somerset, 6%

Medium Ciders

  • Appledram Cider, West Sussex, 6.8%
  • Berry Farm Cider, Devon, 6%
  • Black Pig Orchards Cider, East Sussex, 6%
  • Burrow Hill Cider, Somerset, 6%
  • Dorset Nectar Cider, Dorset, 5.5%
  • Gwatkins Norman Cider (SV), Herefordshire, 7.5%
  • Hecks Port Wine Of Glastonbury Cider (SV), Somerset, 6.5%
  • JB Cider, West Sussex, 7.5%
  • Kingswood Cider, Kent, 6%
  • Newtons Newton Wonder (SV), Herefordshire, 6%
  • Polgoon Vineyard Cider, Cornwall, 6%
  • Pookhill Cidre Nouveau 2011, East Sussex, 6%
  • Portslade Wild Thing, East Sussex, 7.5%
  • Rich's Cider, Somerset, 6%
  • Swallowfields Moody Old Cow Cider, Herefordshire, 6%
  • Wobblegate Cider, West Sussex, 6%

Medium Sweet Ciders

  • Winkleigh Autumn Scrumpy Cider, Devon, 7.5%

Sweet Ciders

  • Battle Cider, East Sussex, 7%
  • Newtons Cider, Herefordshire, 7%
  • Perry Bros. Vintage Cider, Somerset, 6%
  • Sheppys Cider, Somerset, 6%

Perries

  • Barbourne Blakeney Red Perry (SV), Worcestershire, 6.5% (Medium Dry)
  • Black Pig Orchards Perry, East Sussex, 6% (Dry)
  • Bridge Farm Perry, Somerset, 6.5% (Medium)
  • Broadoak Premium Perry, Somerset, 7.5% (Sweet)
  • Butford Farm Perry, Herefordshire, 6% (Medium Dry)
  • Double Vision Impeared Vision Perry, Kent, 7.4% (Medium)
  • Gregs Pit Aylton Red & Blakeney Red, Herefordshire, 7% (Medium)
  • Hecks Red Pear Perry (SV), Somerset, 6% (Medium)
  • Newton Court Circus Pear Perry (SV), Herefordshire, 5.6% (Medium)
  • Oakwood Perry, East Sussex, 6% (Medium Dry)
  • Ross-On-Wye Organic Perry, Herefordshire, 7% (Dry)
  • Severn Sider Perry, Gloucestershire, 6.4% (Medium)
  • Troggi Perry, Monmouthshire, 6.4% (Dry)

Cider Perry

  • Little Red Rooster Cider Perry, East Sussex, 8.4% (Medium Dry)

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

 

 

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