Session$7.00 Add to cart
Gold Medal & Trophy winner at the 2020 Royal Adelaide Beer & Cider Show
Based on the popularity of our on-tap cider, we have bottled up this delicious blend for you all to enjoy with your mates, anywhere, whatever the occasion. A well balanced cider achieved by combining tannin driven, complex heritage cider apples with sweeter table fruit. This cider’s tight carbonation and refreshing finish certainly makes it all too easy to enjoy!
‘arf ‘n ‘arf$6.50 Add to cart
Bronze Medal (82 points) at the 2021 Australian Cider Awards
‘arf ‘n ‘arf is a great example of one of our more traditional style craft ciders, foremost because it is un-carbonated and made in a similar manner to wine. A very well rounded cider with great balance of astringency, fruitiness and acidity.
A perfect accompaniment to a ploughman’s lunch or a decent cheese. ‘arf ‘n ‘arf has received 4 Silver medals & 1 bronze in the traditional cider category at the Australian Cider Awards over the past 5 years, now that’s consistent! This is a traditional still cider (un-carbonated).
Heritage Light$6.00 Read more
This lower alcohol alternative was a creation born through the demand at our cellar door for a drink that the drivers could enjoy. The use of heritage cider apples in this blend result in a cider with pleasant soft tannins, a medium palate and lovely finish. This is a gently carbonated cider, and would be a beautiful accompaniment to lunch on a hot summer’s day.
Cloudy Farmhouse$7.00 Add to cart
A natural, unfiltered cider which has key characteristics of some of the traditionally made ciders we have enjoyed in the west country of England.
Expect unique aromas & an earthy finish, achieved from a wild yeast ferment & ageing the cider on ‘lees’ for several months.
As a result, there may be natural sediment in the bottle.
Yarlington Mill$27.00 Add to cart
Bronze Medal (83 points) at the 2021 Australian Cider Awards
2020 saw an abundance of Yarlington Mill apples, a bitter-sweet variety that is famous in the apple growing regions of Somerset & Devonshire.
This is a medium-dry cider with soft, pleasant tannins and slight bitterness that you would expect from this apple. The stunning golden hues of this cider come from the skin colour of the apple, and really beckons to be poured into a champagne glass and enjoyed as an aperitivo before dinner.