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The new issue of Incider is here

We’re delighted to bring you the latest issue of Thatchers Incider! You can read all about what’s been going on here on the farm – such as the new additions to our Cider Barn range, our Open Day in September and ‘The World’s Best Sparkling Cider’, Thatchers Redstreak. You can read it here: Thatchers InCider […]


The Royal Bath & West Show

We are delighted to announce we will once again be the headline sponsor at the Royal Bath & West Show in 2018. The biggest celebration of rural life in England, The Royal Bath & West Show takes place over four days making it the country’s only four day agricultural show. Regularly attracting upwards of 135,000 […]


The Grocer Drinks Awards

We’re thrilled that three of our ciders are finalists in the 2017 Grocer Drinks Awards. The judges have chosen Thatchers Gold, Vintage and Haze for the hotly contended shortlist. The results will be announced on 6th November.      


Our Top Tips for Harvesting at Home

Choosing the right time to harvest takes years of expertise. Luckily our Farm Manager, Chris, knows exactly when our apples are ripe and has a few top tips for harvesting the apples from the apple tree in your garden: Keep an eye on the apple’s colour. For an apple like Katy, as it ripens it […]


Thatchers Redstreak – it’s officially the World’s Best Sparkling Cider

Thatchers Redstreak Cider has been named the best sparkling cider in the world in the recent World Cider Awards 2017. Redstreak, part of our Cider Barn range, is an 8.4% single variety cider made from local Somerset Redstreak apples. To create the Cider Barn range, our cidermakers use their knowledge of the apples to work […]


Our apple harvest is underway

Our apple harvest is underway! And it’s looking a good one. With the weather conditions in Somerset providing a perfect climate for apple growing, it’s not surprising that the county is widely regarded as the home of cidermaking. “We had cold temperatures during winter to allow the trees a sufficient dormant period,” explains Martin Thatcher, […]