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Made using the finest fruits

Apple Cider

Crumpton Oaks Apple Cider

Made using the finest fruits

Our award winning crisp and refreshing golden apple cider. Full of fruity flavour from the finest bittersweet apples harvested from our local orchards and balanced with dessert apples for a perfect medium dry taste and crisp finish.

Best served chilled.

Tasting Notes

Colour: Golden Amber
Aroma: Fruity apple
Taste: Medium dry, crisp apple finish
ABV: 5.0%
Formats available: 500ml glass bottle
500ml Can
5L Minikeg
2L PET bottle
2.5L PET bottle

All of our ciders are naturally gluten free so they’re suitable for coeliacs, as well as vegetarians and vegans! They are also free from artificial colours and flavours.

Crumpton Oaks Pear Cider

Made using the finest fruits

Crafted using only the finest dessert pears to create a smooth, easy drinking cider, with a crisp, fruity aroma and an unmistakable taste of fresh pear.

Best enjoyed chilled.

Tasting Notes

Colour: Pale Gold
Aroma: Fruity pear
Taste: Medium sweet, smooth pear finish
ABV: 5.0%
Formats available: 2L PET bottle
2.5L PET bottle

All of our ciders are naturally gluten free so they’re suitable for coeliacs, as well as vegetarians and vegans! They are also free from artificial colours and flavours.

Pear Cider

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