Warm weather and cider go hand in hand - have a look at our extensive cider list below and see what takes tickles your taste buds:
Maverick Ginger & Chilli - 4% Our most popular cider returns once more. The flavours sound like they shouldn't work but believe us they do. If you try one cider at the festival, make it this one.
Mulled - 4% New this year. Think mulled wine and you pretty much have it.
Lilly the Pink - 4.5% Always popular, well worth a try if this is your first taste of 'proper' cider.
Slack Alice - 4.6% A medium / sweet cider
Thundering Molly - 5.2% One for the cider vets, deceptively easy drinker.
Ruby Tuesday - 4% Session cider with raspberry overtones.
Crackling Rose - 4.5% Our first perry on the list and a newcomer to this years festival.
Rhubarb 'Cuckoo Penny' - 4% Fruity cider with flavour of rhubarb
Bee Sting Perry - 7.5% Dangerous! Source of the infamous Friday night 'Bee Sting Challenge' and the scourge of many a player. Incredibly moresome
Mango - 4% Does what it says on the tin. Mango flavoured cider.
Rum - 4% The choice of cider for the pirate amongst you - flavoured in rum casks.
Darkcider - 7.5% New this year, and a potential new festival favourite. Flavoured with caramel, sure to be a hit.
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Two Trees Perry - 6% Another returning favourite, strong and quaffable
Autumn Magic - 4% Blackberry flavoured session cider
Farmhouse Pyder - 6% The only pyder on this list (mix of perry and cider). Give it a try!
Medium Scrumpy - 6.5% Funny enough, a medium scrumpy
Rioja Medium - 6.7% Flavoured in rioja casks, one for the wine drinkers to give a go
Vintage - 7.5% One to approach with caution, made to Millwhites vintage recipe
Dabinette - 6.5% A traditional cider made using the dabinette apple.
Blackberry Blush - 6.5% Our second blackberry cider, this one has a bit more of a kick to it.
Old Blossom - No notes available at time of publishing
Raspberry - No notes available at time of publishing. Probably tastes like raspberry.
Blackberry - No notes available at time of publishing. Probably tastes like blackberry.
Updated 11:27 - 7 Jul 2017 by Martin Lee