In pursuit of liquid GOLD

| September 29, 2016

Long gone are the days of finding warm and vinegary cider behind the bar; now, there’s a cider revolution going on. There are plenty of quality ciders being kept in excellent condition in bars right across the west country.

The best way to keep craft ciders to these high standards is by serving them from ‘bag-in boxes.’ This ensures that there’s no deterioration of the cider inside, meaning it stays right on top form. Often this type of cider isn’t filtered or pasteurised, and is as close as you can get to the real thing.

Like lager, cider can also be filtered and carbonated, then kegged and dispensed at the bar as a clear, chilled, fizzy thirst-quencher. Smaller cider companies like us are doing this now, and pose strong competition to the big cider names. Check them out and support these craft cider makers – you’re in for some treats.

As well as bag in box ciders, bottled ciders are also in their element in bars, as well as farm shops, and off licences. And Ashridge Vintage, Devon Blush and Artisan Elderflower ciders hold their own in these kinds of outlets all over the West Country.

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