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Roger has been cider making since he was a boy, taught the skills of the ancient art by his grandfather.

The business was passed onto Roger through the family and now he produces around 15,000 gallons each year at his home at Landsend Farm, Mudgley, near Wedmore.

Roger, who is married to Mary and has three grown-up children, said: “Many years ago, cider was made at nearly every farm in the area”.

People come from across the whole country to sample Roger’s cider, which sells at just £1 a litre, or about 56p a pint.

Anyone wanting to sample Roger’s cider for themselves can go to – Landsend Farm, Mudgley, Wedmore,

Monday to Saturday from 10am-8pm and on Sundays from 10am-1pm. For more information contact 01934 712385.

View cider pubs in South West and UK cider producers

If you fancy a trip to Taunton, Somerset, here’s a list of producers to visit over a couple of days in which you can celebrate wonderful cider.

This can be done by bicycle, but it would be safer having a designated driver tour you around!

We suggest the following cider producers for a great day out around Taunton.The postcode link takes you to the location using Google Maps:

Let us know if you’ve made a tour like this in the Real Cider Forum.