One of the earliest written references to Cider can be found in the Wycliffe ‘Cider’ Bible, printed in the early 15th Century. The Bible gets its name from the translation of the verse ‘For he (John the Baptist) shall be great in the sight of the Lord, and shall drink neither wine nor strong drink...’. The Cider Bible uses the word ‘cider’ (sidir) for strong drink and it can be viewed today in Hereford Cathedral’s Chained Library.
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Industry News

Brewing and cider awards gear up for final entries

December 05 2014

With just weeks to go until the next International Brewing Awards and International Cider Awards close on 31 December, the competition’s organisers, Brewing Technology Services (BTS) are gearing up for the last wave of entries from brewers and cider makers around the world. 

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The Folio Society launches The Herefordshire Pomona

September 18 2014

As the apple harvest approaches, London publishers, The Folio Society, are launching a beautiful limited-edition facsimile of The Herefordshire Pomona on 19th September 2014. 

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New project brings orchards back to life

October 22 2014

Yesterday saw the launch of an exciting new community orchard programme “Helping Britain Blossom” which will create and restore over a hundred orchards across the country.

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THATCHERS GOLD SWEEPS THE BOARD IN AUSTRALIA

October 16 2014

Still only in its first year of being available in Australia, Thatchers Gold has swept the board in the Australian Cider Awards. Thatchers Gold was not only awarded Best Cider, and Best International Cider, but went on to receive the top accolade, Best in Show.

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Bristol Cider Shop announces opening of new Cider Tasting Room

October 09 2014

Bristol Cider Shop has received licensing approval to open a cider tasting room to the rear of their shop on Christmas Steps in central Bristol.

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Harvestime - an apple journey

October 07 2014

The Herefordshire parishes of the Marcle Ridge are once again celebrating harvestime in the orchards, with a collection of events, walks and talks with many opportunities to taste and purchase apples, juice and cider.

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Making Cider by photojournalist Jon Kent due for release on Apple Day

October 01 2014

From beekeeping to harvesting, pressing to tasting. From farm to shop to festival. Making Cider is the year in the life of Somerset cider.

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The Big Apple Hosts Harvestime in Much Marcle

October 01 2014

On the 11th and 12th of October, local farms, cider-mills and cottage venues will open their doors to visitors for a Harvestime celebration of collection of events, walks and talks with opportunities to taste and purchase apples, juice and cider.

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Date set for cider course

October 01 2014

Fancy making cider in Cornwall?  Crafty Cornwall have created a new cider-making course with a choice of accommodation out of Fowey River Cider in mid Cornwall. The weekend course – from Apple to Barrel – will be held over 18 and 19 October and includes cider tasting, apple picking and theory. Everyone also takes their own cider home.

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TICKETS ON SALE FOR CIDER AND CHEESE NIGHT

September 17 2014

The fourth cider and cheese evening organised by The Moss Cider Project will go ahead next Friday (September 26)

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A Response to the Alcohol Taxation Review, August 2010

In the Budget papers of 22 June 2010 it was announced that: 'The Government will review the taxation and pricing of alcohol to ensure it tackles binge drinking without unfairly penalising responsible drinkers, pubs and important local industries.'

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