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Dates for your spring cider diary

We have already got lots of exciting events in the diary for 2017. Take a look and make a note – we would love to see you there!

17 February 2017|Newsletter|

2017 is going to be an exciting year!

We've got lots planned for 2017, our first appearance at the Northern Restaurant and Bar Show, a trial of our still draught cider in a carbonated keg and much more to come...

2 February 2017|Newsletter|

Pressing season is over and we’re looking towards Christmas!

We've had a fabulous cider apple and perry pear pressing season, with the weather being incredibly kind and a very good crop coming in from the orchards.

17 November 2016|Newsletter|

Ty Gwyn Cider favoured by head of Aspall cyder!

September was all about food festivals for Ty Gwyn! And we were chuffed to the core when Henry Chevallier Guild of Aspall cyder favoured our Medium Sweet blue-label cider in a talk he gave at Abergavenny Food Festival.

6 October 2016|Newsletter|

Getting set for September

Autumn is coming! We have been busy preparing for lots of food festivals but now our thoughts are turning to all the apples and pears to be pressed this Autumn. Lots of hard work but an exciting time too!

6 September 2016|Newsletter|

We’ve won gold at the Great Taste awards!

We’ve just won a Great Taste two-gold-star award for our 2016 Dabinett Medium black-label bottled cider. The Great Taste awards is probably the UK's foremost food and drink competition, so we are absolutely thrilled!

4 August 2016|Newsletter|

A humdinger of a month!

June it was a humdinger of a month for Ty Gwyn! It saw our cider being guzzled by the gallon at numerous festivals and shows, where we made good use of our awesome new wooden cider bar.

4 July 2016|Newsletter|

Ty Gwyn Cider win prestigious new award

Great news! We’ve won a bronze award in the International Cider Challenge hosted by the noted beer and cider expert, Pete Brown.

7 June 2016|Newsletter|

Ty Gwyn Cider now available in Scotland

Ty Gwyn Cider is now available in Scotland courtesy Growler Beers UK in Edinburgh. This is a particularly proud moment for us as my stepfather, who started me out on the path to being a cider maker, was Scottish.

13 May 2016|Newsletter|