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Bignose Beardy Early Doors and Boars Head

Bignose Beardy? Whch cheeky git gave me this? Oh, it’s ciders from Mother Kelly’s Bottle Shop? Let’s get on it then!

I read that the real… 246 more words

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Giggler Suffolk Cider

I’ve been out with work at the Taproom, Islington. I got a taste for the cider; a ‘safety third’ as I like to call it. 370 more words

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Sunday 30th July: Muddy Gert Fun @ TheLowland Games

This Sunday The Legendary snakeSNAKEsnake will be returning for more ‘muddy gert fun‘ at The Lowland Games in Thorney, near Langport. 147 more words

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Janet and Johns Apple Tree Cider

18/11/2016. CJJ Berry First steps in winemaking.

First, we stripped the apple tree bare, which yielded round about 15kg of apples and then I froze them. 138 more words

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Oliver's At The Hop

I’ve been off to see Mother Kelly again.
I’ve almost got enough stamps to have a free bottle!

Though their cider selection seems to have been reduced in size, I’ve found one that is infused with hops. 266 more words

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Gwatkins Stoke Red Dessert Cider

I was first given this cider at my sister’s birthday party last year. Unfortunately, writing about cider is an unsociable task, and when others are around, one has to pay more attention to the people than the cider. 258 more words

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Lyme Bay Jack Ratt Scrumpy Cider

It’s fascinating that drinking cider can help you discover interesting facts from the history of England. I’ve just learned that Jack Rattenbury (today’s cider was named after this guy) was a notorious Devon smuggler, nicknamed ‘Rob Roy of the West’. 441 more words

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