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We’re delighted to introduce our 2016 Vintage Cider

We’re delighted to introduce our 2016 Vintage Cider. Pressed, blended and bottled here at Myrtle Farm, we use our finest bittersweet apples from the previous year’s harvest in our Vintage cider, to create a classic cider that is deep in flavour yet light in colour. Thatchers Vintage is a rich, medium dry 7.4% cider, rounded […]


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 launch of our Stan’s range, our participation at the Royal Bath and West Show, and news of the Thatchers Foundation.  You can read it here: Thatchers_Incider_Spring_2017


We’ve been out planting new orchards

Many of our staff have been out planting 25,000 new apple trees over the last few weeks. This Spring we’re planting two of our favourite apple varieties, Dabinett, a vintage bittersweet apple that provides richness and body to our ciders; and Jonagold, a crisp eating apple that provides a beautiful sweet juice. The Jonagold is […]


Somerset Day 2017

Thatchers Cider will be celebrating Somerset Day – 11th May – this year with an evening of entertainment at The Railway Inn, Sandford, with The Mendip Morrismen. They’ll be performing at 7pm, so come along in plenty of time to get a front row seat. The Railway Inn will also be putting on a special […]



Our one-day music event – The Haze Sessions – returns for a second time to the Passenger Shed, Brunel’s Old Station on Saturday, 6th May 2017. This year’s Haze Sessions boasts a diverse line-up of acts tipped for big things by the music industry: Little Comets, Elder Island, Eva Lazarus and The Afronaughts and Harry […]


Vilberie is our apple of the month

The Vilberie is our apple of the month for March. This apple is full of tannins which brings richness and depth to our ciders. Harvested in late November, it’s a favourite amongst our cidermakers. A true ‘bittersweet’. #appleofthemonth