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.
Around 120 industry visitors, 16 speakers from 14 countries: Another success for the international trade conference for cider
12th and 13th October 2019 Harvestime 2019 marks the thirtieth anniversary of the Big Apple, a community event celebrating apples, orchards and cider and all the ways in which they have shaped the landscape in one small corner of Herefordshire. Nine venues in and...
Orchard managers, apple growers and cidermakers from all over the country gathered on 1st August for the annual National Association of Cider Makers (NACM) Orchard and Machinery Day
The county of Herefordshire is coming together to host the first conference of the recently-formed International Network of Cider Culture & Tourism Destinations this autumn.
Witcombe Cider Festival is the UK’s largest Cider festival and one of the UK’s fastest growing festivals. Founded in 2012 by brother’s Joe and Danny Pointon, it continues to be run independently and champions local business.
Dunkertons celebrate new international award wins and a complete packaging refresh, just in time for what is hopefully a glorious British Summer!
NACM video from the Royal Three Counties Show
Ross-on-Wye Cider & Perry Company are celebrating after winning this prestigious award at the BBC Radio 4 Food and Farming ceremony held in Bristol
‘Blossom to bottle’ tour hailed ‘Authentic NI Experience of the Year’ at prestigious event
Thatchers Cider has introduced new, lighter weight cans for its cider, meaning the Somerset cidermaker is saving the equivalent of 5.9 million empty cans a year.