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Cider and Perry

Below is the latest list of Cider and Perry that we expect to be delivered to the 39th Durham Beer Festival. This information is supplied in good faith and whilst we will attempt to keep this page as up to date possible there may still be some last minute changes to availability and ABV may occur. The information below may be sorted by any of the headers (except "Tasting Notes") to help you find drinks to your taste or interest. Just click on the relevant header to sort by that column.

Last Updated: 27th August 2023 @ 17:45

Brewery Name Type ABV Style Tasting Notes
Ascension, Sussex Gardenia Cider 4.0% Sweet

Gaia apples and Concorde pears, with elderflower - light and perfect for sunshine sipping.

Ascension, Sussex It's Not A Trick Cider 4.0% Perry

Wild fermented Concorde pears. Fresh, funky, and aromatic with notes of citrus and a dry finish.

Ascension, Sussex Unless You Think Cider 4.0% Medium

Red grape, lemon, and lime blend, with Russet, Bramley cider, and Gaia apples combine to give a sweep taste but with a dry finish.

Dudda's Tun, Kent Wild Haze Cider 5.4% Medium

Strawberry, grape, and honeydew melon notes give an easy-going, session cider.

Elvet Cider, Durham Durham Blend 2022 Cider 6.1% Dry

Crisp, east counties style apples from across County Durham give a clean, eminently drinkable zingy cider with gooseberry and lime notes. A joint venture between the owners of the Station House, Durham and the Weigh To Shop, Framwellgate to reduce the amount of apples not being used. Generously donated by Station House, Durham - North East Cider Pub of the Year 2023

Nightingale, Kent Falstaff Bramley Cider 6.2%

Refreshing and crisp with acidity that showcases Falstaff and Bramley apples.

Oliver's, Herefordshire Traditional Cider 6.0% Medium-Dry

A touch of sharpness balances strong, mineral tannins. Red apple flesh and hints of funk from the wild ferment!

Ross-on-Wye, Herefordshire Oak Cask HMJ/Dabinett Cider 7.3%

A blend of 2021 oak cask Dabinett and 2022 Harry Masters, resulting in a tannic blend of apple flavours and oak cask influence.