Gwynt y Ddraig Cider, is now one of Wales’ biggest cider producers. It’s not hard to see why they are one of the biggest producers as they have a wide range of ciders for all types of cider drinker. Run by Bill George and Andrew Gronow, the family cider farm started out as a hobby which grew into a full strength business. As well as stocking supermarkets and pubs they also host a cider festival with music and madness to draw in the crowds.


  1. I found there cider and perry to be rather thin and bland, not unpleasant but not ones that I would seek out again.

  2. Hi Roger, thanks for your comments. Which one did you try?

  3. Perry Vale and Barnstormer, both the sort of drink that could have mass appeal, just not special enough for me.

  4. Dewi

    I recently drank the ‘Black Dragon’ from Gwynt y Mor.

    I really liked the “somkeyness” of it, very unusual. I also find it as being one of the best dry cider’s in town.
    HOWEVER, when buying cider, I would like a bite more flavour of the fruit, which this doesn’t give- perhaps the smoke overpowers it, I don’t know.

    But definitely worth a try, just a boost to the flavour would be great. ANd I will be trying some other Gwynt y Ddraig ciders- any to recommend?

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