To comply with legislation there are a number of things you must do before you start selling your cider in the UK*. NACM has put together a brief guide which leads you to the information and forms you may need to become registered. The guide can be downloaded from...
Progress of the apple research which is part funded by NACM via the Collaborative Training Partnership for Fruit Crop Research
The apples come from one of the West Country’s oldest, and most influential, orchards. With its ongoing research into apple varieties, Thatchers Cider is celebrating the work of the former National Fruit and Cider Institute with its new limited edition cider.
Sadly, although the harvest goes on as usual, there will be no Big Apple Celebration this year.
Berlin’s first cider festival is hosted by Hawkes, London Cidermaker.
A forty and thirty second ad will showcase the Thatchers cider portfolio of Thatchers Gold, Haze and Rosé.
Getting customers safely back into Scotland’s pubs, bars and restaurants is behind a new campaign by the Scottish Alcohol Industry Partnership.
A seasonal blend of apples that will be released in parcels in the year following each harvest, Table Cider is cast in the mould of table wine.
It was two years in the making, but now Thatchers Zero, the Somerset cider maker’s first alcohol-free cider, has been named Best No and Low Cider in the UK by industry magazine Imbibe.
As pubs and bars await the Government announcement allowing them to open their doors once again, the fourth-generation family business will be offering every one of its free-trade customers in Great Britain a free 50 litre keg of Thatchers cider in a £1million pledge.
Cider makers across the South West have responded to the continued absence of gatherings by launching a cyber celebration to mark South West Cider Week.
This coming weekend should have been the Big Apple’s thirtieth year of running Blossomtime in Putley, but of course it won’t be happening.