Cider and perry list and tasting notes


Key: D – dry, M/D – medium dry, M – medium, M/S – medium sweet, S – sweet

Chants: West Pennard, Glastonbury, Somerset

Badger’s spit 7.5 % D (Dry)
A hazy gold, well balanced dry cider with a tart finish, made with a variety of apples.

Singing cider 7.5% M/S (Medium sweet)
Golden hazy, deep rich aroma, med/sweet fruity taste.

Gower Heritage: Parkmill, Swansea.

Cider 8% M (Medium)
Golden in colour, with apple aroma and flavour.

Will’s revenge 8.5% M
Special reserve cider, apple and oak taste.

Perry 5.2% M
Cloudy pale yellow, with aroma of pears and citrus, and a zesty pear flavour.

Gwatkins: Abbey Dore, Herefordshire

Farmhouse Perry 7.5% M/S
Cloudy yellow colour, light aroma, sweet juice.

Golden valley scrumpy 6% D
Amber colour, sweet apple aroma, moderate apple taste.

Norman 7.5% M
Golden colour, fruity aroma, sweet earthy flavour

Pyder 5% M
A blend of apples and pears, to give a great flavour.

Gwynt-y-Ddraig: Llantwit Fardre, Pontypridd.

Black dragon 7.2% M
Matured in oak barrels, rich in body and colour.

Dog dancer 6.5% M/D (Medium dry)
Bittersweet apples blended with sharp apples, smooth, crisp.

Farmhouse med 6.5% M
Golden colour, apple aroma, slightly sweetish fruity flavour.

Fiery fox 6.5% M
Golden cider, fresh crisp sharpness.

Haymaker 6.5% M
Flavours are sweet apple with hints of caramel, some barnyard notes.

Happy daze 4.5% M
A light fruity aroma with a balanced finish.

Pyder 6% M
Blend of apples and pear juice matured in wood.

Welsh warrior 6% M
An oak aged cider, with a fruity taste, produced in aid of the Welsh Warrior foundation.

Two trees 4.5% M
A pale, fruity Perry with a hint of honey on the palate, CAMRA’s 2013 silver award.

Hallets cider: Crumlin, Caerphilly.

Blindfold 6% M
Full fruit flavour with citrus.

Dabinett TBA M
Single variety made from bitter sweet dabinett apples, matured over a year

Hallets Oak TBA D
Oak conditioned

Hallets real 6% M
A medium full bodied cider blended with oak aged vintage to give a complex flavour.

Hallets Rum TBA M/S
Rum conditioned

Heartbreaker 7% D
Classic dry cider, full fruit flavour, finishing delicate sharpness.

Hallets perry 4.5% M/S
Blakeney red pears picked from a single orchard.

National treasure 5% S (Sweet)
Sweet cider with delicate fruit flavour.

Hecks: Middle Leigh St, Somerset.

Port wine of Glastonbury 6.5% M
Hazy golden colour, aroma apple and wood, med/sweet flavour of an earthy apples

Kingstone black 7.2% M/D
Cloudy, sweet/sour apples and barnyard aroma, apples and oak taste.

National Collection of Cider and Perry: Firle, East Sussex. info@middlefarm

Bridge farm

Cider 6.5% M/S
Pale yellow, slightly hazy, with some honeyed sweetness.

Perry 6.5% M
Light and cloudy, sweet pear, CAMRA perry of the year 09.


Rum cask 8.5% D
Hazy yellow colour, with a rum aroma.

Cornish Orchard

Cider 4.8% M
Sweetened with apple juice for a very apple-y finish.

Perry 5% M
Bright, gold in colour smooth Perry


Cider 7% M
Deep yellow, intense apple flavour with apple-peel bitterness.


Nectar 5.5% S
Golden in colour, Champion Powerstock Cider Festival 2012

Double Vision

Impeared vision 7.4% M
Hazy yellow, tasty med/sweet pear with dry finish

Elderflower 5.3% M
Subtle elderflower aroma; irresistible flavour


Cider 7% M/D
Dark yellow in colour, nice apple aroma and flavour

Perry 8% M/D
Hazy yellow, bags of fruit, and a thirst quencher, CAMRA’s2013 gold Perry award


Knicker dropper 6.7% M/S
Straw colour, deep apple smell, fruity and smooth taste with light acidity.

Glebe farm

Elderflower cider 6% M
Hazy yellow, with an apples and elderflower.


Cider 6% M
Golden, good fruit taste with a touch of acidity

Merry Moon

Lemon Moon 6% D
Hazy yellow colour, with lemon and apples

Dark cider of the moon 6% M
A combination of apples and blackcurrants, which results in a smooth fruity taste.


Pigglets choice 5.5% M/D
Golden colour Perry, with dryish pear fruit, from rare 100 year old trees


Vineyard cider 5% M
Light golden colour, with an apple nose, and a crisp refreshing flavour


Black Bart 7.2% S
Sweet, subtle oak flavour

Wicked wasp 7.4% M/D
Bramleys apples, with oak and whisky notes


Sledge hammer 8.2% M/D
Pale still cider with whisky notes

Wobbly munk 7.8% M/D
Golden colour, fruity flavour, CAMRA’s UK 2013 gold cider award

West croft

Janet’s jungle juice 6% M/D
Cloudy amber, sweet apple juice aroma. CAMRA Cider of the Year 2007

West Milton

Cider 5% M
Glorious body, rich dark colour, bags of fruit, and CAMRA’s 2013 bronze cider award


Sam’s cider 6% S
A smooth refreshing clean cider with a strong apple taste

Raglan cider mill: Llanarth, Usk.

Boris’s Brainbender 6% M
Dark in colour, rich in tannins with bittersweet flavours.

Hanky Panky 6.5% M
Smooth cider rich in flavours and tannins, a whisky cask cider

Kingston black 6% M
Light, very appley, and easy drinking.

Perry TBA M
Cloudy pale yellow, with aroma of pears and citrus, and a zesty pear flavour

RCM Medium 6% M
Hazy, pale brown medium cider

Stanford orchard: Fordton, crediton Devon.

Bumble berry 4% M/S
Apples, strawberries, raspberries and blackcurrants, a marvellous fruit cider

Devon scrumpy 6% M
Full apple flavours, with a pleasant bite and finish, fermented with wild yeasts

Fanny’s bramble 4% M/S
Clear golden colour, aroma of apples and blackcurrants, taste is sweet apples, berry fruits

Vintage 7% M
Hazy golden colour, sweet aroma, ripe apples with a taste of rum, this cider is 2 years old

Mr Whitehead: Colemore,Nr. Alton.

Apples and Pears 5% M
Hazy golden colour, fruity aroma with a fruity flavour

Blackberry cider 4% S
Blackberries infused with fermented cider.

Pear light 3.8% M/S
Cloudy Perry with good flavours, despite being lower strength.

Rum cask 7% M
Made from Cox and Russet apples and aged in rum casks.

5 thoughts on “Cider and perry list and tasting notes

  1. Tom says:

    Are all these ciders at the festival?!

  2. tracey says:

    hi coming along saturday to sample ciders, was wondering any ciders or beers low in sugar/carbs? on a diet so don’t want to miss day if a lower calorie product on offer. thanks tracey

    • swanseacamra says:

      Hi Tracey I’ll check with our cider experts and get back to you asap.

    • swanseacamra says:

      Hi Tracey,
      As a rule of thumb, the higher the ABV the greater the calories, so as we are selling a Perry at 3.8% ABV you would expect this to have about 150 calories per pint, and then our most potent 8.5% ABV to have about 250 to 300 calories per pint.
      It can be difficult to decide, but best to come along have a drink or two and enjoy yourself.
      See you soon

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