Weston's Cider

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Weston's Cider Mill, Much Marcle

H. Weston & Sons Limited ("Weston's Cider") is a cider producer based in Much Marcle, Herefordshire, England. The company has been making cider in the same place since 1878 and sells more than 150 ciders and perrys, including both organic and low alcohol varieties.

'Stowford Press' is Westons Cider's most popular brand in the on trade. It is a medium, clear, sparkling cider, which can be bought in bottles or on tap from pubs and bars throughout the UK.

'Old Rosie' is a strong (7.3%), dry, still and cloudy cider, very much like a traditional scrumpy. This can be bought in traditionally-shaped 2 litre glass jars, or occasionally on tap. This cider takes its name from a steam roller owned by the company.

'Henry Westons' is a popular range of Westons Ciders commonly found in supermarkets throughout the UK, as is the 'Wyld Wood' range (previously known as 'Westons Premium Organic').[1]

Westons Cider offer tours of their cider mill concluding with cider tastings in the cider shop. There is also a wide variety of contemporary and historical cider bottles on display in its bottle museum.

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  1. ^ http://www.designweek.co.uk/pearlfisher-brands-westons-organic-cider-as-wyld-wood/3030477.article

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Coordinates: 51°59′42″N 2°30′48″W / 51.9951°N 2.5133°W / 51.9951; -2.5133