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You can find full calorie and sugar information here:
Kcal per serving
Sugars g per serving
|Caple Road No. 3 (330ml)||132 per can||6.60|
|Henry Weston Vintage (500ml)||270 per bottle||10.00|
|Henry Westons Aged Finish (500ml)||225 per bottle||10.00|
|Henry Westons Med Dry (500ml)||235 per bottle||12.50|
|Henry Westons Med Sweet (500ml)||225 per bottle||25.00|
|Henry Westons Perry (500ml)||270 per bottle||15.00|
|Henry Westons Family Reserve Bag in Box (20 Litre)||204 per pint||11.36|
|Mortimer’s Orchard Draught (50 Litre)||227 per pint||17.04|
|Mortimer’s Orchard English Berry Draught (50 Litre)||273 per pint||35.50|
|Old Rosie (500ml)||225 per bottle||8.75|
|Old Rosie (2 Litre)||256 per pint||9.94|
|Old Rosie Bag in Box (20 Litre)||256 per pint||9.94|
|Stowford Press (500ml)||175 per bottle||12.50|
|Stowford Press Canned (500ml)||136 per can||5.50|
|Stowford Press Draught (50 Litre)||165 per pint||5.68|
|Stowford Press LA (330ml)||92 per bottle||20.63|
|Stowford Press Mixed Berries Draught (50 Litre)||182 per pint||14.20|
|Stowford Press Mixed Berries Can (440ml)||145 per can||11.00|
|Rosie’s Pig Apple Bag in Box (20 Litre)||176 per pint||9.94|
|Rosie’s Pig Apple Bag in Box (10 Litre)||176 per pint||9.94|
|Rosie’s Pig Raspberry Bag in Box (10 Litre)||267 per pint||34.08|
|Rosie’s Pig Raspberry Canned (330ml)||158 per can||19.80|
|Rosie’s Pig Strawberry & Elderflower Bag in Box (10 Litre)||261 per pint||34.08|
|Rosie’s Pig Rhubarb Bag in Box (10 Litre)||239 per pint||26.98|
|Rosie’s Pig Rhubarb Canned (330ml)||142 per can||15.68|
|Wyld Wood (500ml)||220 per bottle||12.50|
|Wyld Wood Bag in Box (3 Litre)||253 per pint||14.20|
Cider is made from apples, which do not contain gluten. All of our styles are made with the highest quality ingredients and are naturally gluten free and suitable for a coeliac diet.
All our ciders are suitable for vegans and vegetarians as we do not use animal products or by-products in the production process
All our ciders contain sulphites, which is an antioxidant vital for maintaining freshness and the levels are well within legal limits.
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Facts, advice and drink tracker tools can be found on the Drinkaware charity website
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Please drop us an email via our contact form with your name, address and telephone and we’ll arrange for a member of the Trade Team to contact you
Please drop us an email via our contact form with your name, address and telephone and we’ll arrange for a member of the Trade Team to contact you.
Please drop us an email via our contact form with your name and country info and a member of the Export team will let you know.
Drop us an email with your full sponsorship proposal to email@example.com and someone will come back to you as soon as possible. Unfortunately, due to the number of requests we receive, we are no longer able to take telephone requests
At Westons Cider, our charitable giving ’50 mile project’ helps us to work with local, charitable organisations in order to create partnerships within our apple growing region – a 50 mile radius of the cider mill. To apply, you need to complete the online form here.
To make sure we are always improving our sustainability efforts, we hold the ISO14001 Certification
Here are some recent changes we’ve made to our packaging to ensure we are using less:
We are a rural business, with values deeply rooted in the Three Counties of Herefordshire, Gloucestershire and Worcestershire. All of the cider apples and perry pears that go into a Westons Cider product come from a 50-mile radius of the cider mill. The fruit is cared for by our local growers, some of which, we have been working with for many generations
Working so close to nature for 5 generations has been fundamental to the success of our company and we continue to focus on further sustainability initiatives for future generations
For more info on our sustainability efforts, please get in touch via our contact form
Our Cider Mill is open seven days a week throughout the year, the exact opening hours are detailed here. Our Cider Mill Tours run seven days a week and can be booked online here. To speak to one of our Tour Team please phone us on 01531 660108 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
We endeavour to ensure all our visitors enjoy their experience at our Cider Mill, therefore we have tried, where possible, to ensure that all our facilities are accessible with step-free access. Please be aware that we are a working Cider Mill situated on a 17th Century farm and there are many steps, staircases and uneven surfaces.
Disabled toilets and baby changing facilities are available in the Cider Mill shop.
We ask that all visitors wishing to undertake a tour be capable of standing for extended periods of time and to be able to safely traverse uneven surfaces and steps and stairs. The tour is unfortunately not suitable for wheelchairs, pushchairs or visitors who struggle with mobility.
If you have booked online two emails will be sent to yourself, one to confirm payment and one to confirm your booking has been placed. When you arrive on site please make your way to our Cider Mill Shop to register for the tour, you may be asked to provide your unique booking reference number as proof of purchase.
Please do check your spam folder and if that fails, please contact a member of our team who will be able to confirm your booking for you.
Please contact a member of our team to do so on 01531 660108 or by email email@example.com. Bookings placed online can be amended prior to the original tour date to an alternative date, if this is not convenient refunds are available.
If you wish to purchase additional tickets, you will need to create a separate booking.
You’ll learn about the history and craft of cider making with one of our expert guides, as we take you around our working cider mill and finish with a tutored tasting. The tour takes approximately an hour and a half in total. It is a walking tour with steps and stairs throughout.
The Scrumpy House Restaurant serves a seasonal menu of delicious, locally-sourced food. With our full range of refreshing ciders also on-site, there’s no better way to enjoy a post-tour meal. We also have a tea room with a selection of homemade cakes, hot and cold snacks and refreshments. In summer months you can also enjoy our picnic area. To speak to our Restaurant team please ring 01531 660626 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Yes, we have a free car park opposite our Cider Mill – next to our free play area (open Easter to October). Blue badge and coach parking is also available.
We ask all visitors to be aware of slippery and uneven surfaces, therefore we advise our visitors to wear suitable footwear and clothing suitable for going outside.
There are no age limits to going on one of our tours, however we do ask all Under-18s be accompanied by a responsible adult. Under 18’s may not sample any alcohol in any circumstances.
As we are a food production site, unfortunately dogs are not permitted in any of our buildings (except Assistance Dogs), however they are welcome in the courtyard and outside seating areas.
If, for any reason, we are unable to deliver the Cider Mill tour on the day that you have booked we will endeavour to contact you to alert you to the unexpected closure. We will also try to communicate this via our website. If you have paid for your tour online, we will offer a full refund or the opportunity to reschedule at your convenience.