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We take a leaf out of William Magners book when it comes to making cider. We start simple enough, with traditional ingredients. Apples, to be specific. No surprise there. But we get them fresh, 17 different varieties of them, from eating apples to dessert apples to tough little cider apples – all sourced from Irish orchards and local farms. Plus we wait for them to fall from the tree, so …Read More


Lord Somersby is the father of many great discoveries – but the most famous of them all is probably Somersby cider, which was once known as the favorite drink of celebrities like Napoleon, Cleopatra and Newton. Or at least that is what we have heard. Available in two delicious variants Somersby cider has obtained a reputation for spreading joy and sunny togetherness where ever it is served and attracting curious …Read More