The New Inn Cider Festival
Join us at The New Inn for a weekend of Cider supping and celebration!
What could be more refreshing than a pint of chilled cider in the sunshine? Raise your glass to the summer and sample the range of ciders straight from the barrel, plus a number of bottled favourites.
There will also be a cider-infused specials menu and live music from Fabulous 59 Ford on Friday and Saturday night from 9pm.
Among others, the following ciders will be on tap or in bottles over the weekend:
Knights Cider - Malvern Gold - 6 %
Golden with a light carbonation. Medium sweet apples with earthy skins from the orchard fLoor. Light and woody with a dry, peppery fInish
Black Rat Perry – 7.5%
A still, very drinkable perry with true pear aroma. Starts medium sweet, with a dry fInish
Orchard Pig – Naval Gazer – 6%
The initial tannins suggest old trees, ripe apples and your favourite shady spot in a corner of the orchard. Grapefruit and pineapple fLavours deliver a clean citrus tingle
Norcotts Cider - Rhubarb - 4 %
A deliciously light cider complimented with traditional, mouthwatering rhubarb. The perfect addition to good times in the sunshine with friends
St Ives - Clodgy - 6 %
A true farmyard floor-style cider. Medium-dry with a slight spritz on the tongue. ‘Clodgy’ is the damp headland near St Ives.
Cornish Orchards – Blush – 4%
An exceptional still cider with the fruity aroma of fresh raspberries and a crisp, desert apple finish.
Westons – Old Rosie – 7.3%
The colour palate of burnt orange, sunset yellow and deep red evokes relaxation and indulgence, as well as underpinning the rural provenance of this cloudy cider.
Orchard Pig – The Hogfather – 7.4%
Not for the faint hearted. Close your eyes and savour the Somerset cider apple. Don’t be fooled by the impressive muscle power; you can still expect a smooth, drinkably moreish finish.
Thatchers - Stan’s Big Apple - 6 %
Crafted from vintage bittersweet apples including Tremlett’s, Dabinett and Somerset Redstreak. Medium dry, this still cider bursts with apple fLavours.
Skreach Cider / Skreach Honey - 6 %
High above Penzance Noah uses a traditional 1904 French diesel press and old world cheeseclothes to create this delicious cider. the honey version has a few generous dollops of his homemade honey - you can almost taste the summer.