Cider and Perry List - St Ives 2017

Cider & Perry List - St Ives Beer, Cider & Perry Festival, October 2017

PRICES
Less than 5% ABV - tba/pt; 7% ABV or greater - tba/pt; All others - tba/pt

CIDER
Cromwell, Hemingford Grey, Cambridgeshire
Oliver’s Sweetheart - Medium Sweet (6.5%)
A sweetish cider from our local cider maker always popular at Booze on the Ouse

Ermines Treat, Cambridgeshire
Weasel’s Revenge - Medium Dry (5.5%)
Hazy, golden, fresh apple flavours

Harding's, Abbotsley, Cambridgeshire
Three Counties Bounty - Medium Dry (7.5%)
Sharp, fruity clear cider

Kilmegan, Northern Ireland
Kilmegan Dry - Dry (6.8%)
Fresh fruit flavours and a long finish

Mayfly, Hertfordshire
Mayfly Dry - Dry (7.4%)
Dry cider but also fruity and smooth (awarded third place at this year’s Hitchin beer festival)

Potton Press, Potton, Bedfordshire
Grounds for Divorce - Medium Dry (8.5%)
A new cider from popular local producer

Pyder - Medium (7.0%)
A refreshing blend of cider and perry

Simon’s, Camborne, Cambridgeshire
East meets West - Medium Sweet (5.6%)
A blend of 2/3 East Anglian apples and 1/3 Dabinet, a fruity cider with gentle tannins

Russet - Medium (tba)
Single variety cider made using local Russet apples

TBC - ??? (tba)
Single variety cider

S O Cider, Histon, Cambridgeshire
Happle - Medium (6.2%)
Popular cider from small local producer

Lunatic Soup - Medium (tba)
Most popular cider at the 2017 Swavesey cider festival

Tempted, Lisburn, Northern Ireland
Tempted Sweet - Sweet (5.0%)
A sweet cider with a pleasing slightly dry finish

Wise Owl, Kent
Blackcurrant - Medium Sweet (5.5%)
Sweetish cider with fruit added

Cherry - Medium Sweet (5.5%)
Sweetish cider with fruit added

Strawberry - Medium Sweet (5.5%)
Sweetish cider with fruit added

Worley’s, Shepton Mallet, Somerset
Harvest Moon - Medium (7.2%)
‘Punchy’: a cider drinker’s cider

Beatnik Billy - Sweet (5.5%)
A sweet, typically Somerset cider

PERRY
Simon’s, Camborne, Cambridgeshire
Perry - Medium Sweet (tba)

APPLE JUICE
Several non alcoholic apple juices from Watergull Orchards will hopefully be available. These were popular at the booze on the Ouse in St Ives last year.