Tag Archives: london cider
Posted on August 8, 2011 by Jim C.
As you’d expect this review only includes thoughts and information about cider and perry at this years event. Introduction Demand for real cider and perry continues to increase with new cider makers starting up throughout the UK every year – this was evident at GBBF last week with a fantastic selection of traditional west country [...]
Posted on February 17, 2011 by Jim C.
Have you discovered the central London pub that has been awarded National Pub of the year by CAMRA this week? If not, then we may have given you a very good excuse to go and hunt down this very traditional English boozer, offering a very good selection of traditional ciders from around the country. CAMRA’s National [...]
Posted on August 2, 2010 by Jim C.
Britain’s biggest beer festival takes place this week from 3rd to 7th August 2010 at Earls Court, London. The Great British Beer Festival (often shortened to GBBF) is a yearly beer festival organised by the Campaign for Real Ale (CAMRA GBBF is styled as the “biggest pub in the world” and offers around 450 beers [...]
Posted on April 23, 2010 by Jim C.
Want some fine food to go with your real cider? Then get along the Real Food Festival at Earls court in London, from 7-10th May 2010. If you are lucky you could even meet Daisy the cow to the festival so you can see live milking demos and have a go at turning her. Nice. Book [...]
Posted on October 23, 2009 by Jim C.
The Wenlock Arms has been awarded CAMRA’s London Cider Pub of the Year . This pub is a real drinkers pub, nothing too posh, just proper well kept beer and more importantly cider. Ian White, CAMRA’s London Cider and Perry Coordinator, said the pub has a continual commitment to cider. He added: “Cider has been [...]