The scenic county of Herefordshire situated in the idyllic location between the Welsh border and the Forest of Dean has a wide range of attractions to visitors. From its ancient castles, stunning scenery and local shops and businesses such as this local double glazing company supplying Hereford double glazing, it is a truly perfect slice of English countryside. But one of Hereford’s main attractions and greatest successes is its world-famous ciders – they even have a cider museum! Here are a few of the apple-based beverages that are proudly made in the county of Herefordshire…
Ross on Wye Cider and Perry Company – Here, they have been making cider since 1930, so by now they have it down to a fine art! The Johnson family have a shop at the Yew Tree Inn where you can buy some of their delicious ciders, made the traditional way.
Weston’s Cider – One of the most famous ciders to come from the region, Weston’s run a tour of their Cider mill, so you can see the whole production process in action and how it turns from humble apple to delicious drink!
Oliver’s Cider and Perry – Grown on the orchard that has belonged to the family for centuries, you can pop over to enjoy a tasting session at the cider house. Perry in particular that is produced by Oliver’s is very popular and has won many awards, such as the CAMRA gold award and the champion master cidermaker award. Tom Oliver the owner even manages to juggle making award winning drinks with managing a range of bands, including the Proclaimers!