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.
The Garden Cider Company has opened the doors of its bottling plant to help support local breweries with a surplus of beer. With on-trade sales at zero, breweries have had to change tack and look to bottle beer that would have ordinarily supplied pubs, bars and restaurants.
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Mike Shopland has been speaking to a number of cider makers around the UK and has collected a list of those who are currently able to provide on line sales.
In light of the ongoing situation Crafty Nectar is opening up their online platform to support to UK cider makers.
Following its successful debut in 2019, CraftCon, the only UK conference for aspiring and existing commercial craft cider makers, returns in April with the key theme of sustainability running throughout its programme.
With the Spring Budget quickly approaching, the National Association of Cider Makers (NACM) has been talking to Ministers and MPs to gain support for better treatment for cider.
At their reception on Tuesday 4th February 2020, the National Association of Cider Makers called on MPs to support them in calling for a reduction in cider excise duty in the March Budget.
Thatchers Zero has all the appley aromas and crisp refreshment expected from the master cidermakers at Myrtle Farm. With a beautifully bright, golden appearance, crisp, medium dry taste, and fruity aroma, this is a cider that at 0.0%, will appeal to those looking to moderate their alcohol consumption.