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CHRISTON SINGLE ORCHARD CIDER HAS A BLEND OF YESTERDAY AND TODAY

The apples come from one of the West Country’s oldest, and most influential, orchards. With our ongoing research into apple varieties, we are celebrating the work of the former National Fruit and Cider Institute with our new limited edition cider. We have blended apples from one of Somerset’s oldest and most influential orchards for our […]

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We’re on the road again, in support of our key workers

We’re taking to the road again, delivering gifts of our alcohol-free cider Zero to front line workers at hospitals and ambulance stations throughout the South West. Over the last week we’ve been to Yeovil Hospital, Royal Devon & Exeter Hospital and South-West Ambulance Stations across Devon, Somerset, Wiltshire & Bristol where we delivered supplies of […]

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DELICIOUSLY SWEET AND SUCCULENT – THE WELCOME RETURN OF THATCHERS COX’S CIDER

We’re delighted to welcome the return of our single variety cider, Thatchers Cox’s. This single variety cider takes its naturally sweet and juicy flavour from the instantly recognisable characteristic of the Cox’s apple. Harvested in October, the apples are all pressed at Myrtle Farm, and the fresh juice fermented and cold filtered to capture and […]

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FARLEIGH CIDER RAISES FUNDS FOR GOOD CAUSES

A cider collaboration between Bath Rugby and Thatchers Cider has raised over £4600 for good causes. Farleigh Cider, a blend of apples grown pitchside at Bath Rugby’s Farleigh House, was pressed and crafted by Thatchers, in an innovative first for rugby and cider. With each bottle signed by members of the Bath Rugby squad, the […]

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Introducing our Grenadier Single Variety Cider

We’re introducing a new single variety cider made from the Grenadier apple. Called simply Thatchers Grenadier, the cider will be part of the Thatchers Cider Barn range this year. A crisp, bright green culinary apple grown in our orchards at Myrtle Farm – where second generation Stan Thatcher farmed his fields – the freshly pressed […]

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Whetting our appetites with Eat:Festivals

The Italian Gardens at Weston-super-Mare were bustling with socially distanced visitors to Eat:Weston at the end of September. As part of our support of the Eat:Festivals family, we’ve provided a bursary to six first time traders, who all made their debut at Weston. Encouraging entrepreneurial spirit is something we’re keen to support – and the […]

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