Beer & Cider

BEER

CBR 19 is shaping up to be a very exciting event, with 155 of the finest breweries in the game to tantalise your tastebuds and show you the future of beer.

Currently we have over 80 breweries signed up… well established stars Brewdog are confirmed next to homegrown UK favourites turned globally recognised greats like London Fields Brewery, Mondo, Tiny Rebel and Fourpure. On top of that, Brooklyn Brewery and Goose Island will be both coming over from the States to bring some international flavours, and hot, rising stars Lost and Grounded and Bianca Road are amongst many others also exhibiting.

In addition, a wealth of low alcohol brewers will also be at the show, as well as award winning, full flavour but alcohol free game changers Big Drop and Infinite Session.

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Cider

This year we’re inviting TEN of the finest cider producers to exhibit their crafty wares, and give your palate a break from all that beer!

So far we can confirm the following…

SANDFORD ORCHARDS

Sandford Orchards are craft cider makers from the heart of idyllic, rural Devon. The rich red, fertile soil of mid Devon and the unique micro-climate that comes from being nestled between two moors makes the perfect growing environment for cider apples. They only ever make cider from naturally fermented, freshly pressed apple juice. No concentrates, no artificial flavours or aromas.

SXOLLIE

SXOLLIE (pronunciation sko-llie) is the worlds first Afro-Vegan cider. Their four ciders are crafted using single varietal fruit from Elgin in South Africa. Using the cold-pressed juice of famed apples such as Granny Smith and Pink Lady, their ciders taste like crunching into the apples. They use only the best ingredients from hand-picked apples to champagne yeast and they make their cider in a winery – so it’s pure.

THISTLY CROSS

Born out of a passion for making cider in the best possible way, combined with belief in the quality of Scottish produce, and asking ‘why not?’, came Thistly Cross Cider, Scotland’s award winning farmhouse ciders. Established as a collaboration between farmer, Ian Rennie, and artist-turned-cidermaker, Peter Stuart, in 2008, Thistly Cross has gained a reputation for making ciders that people rave about.

SPECIAL CIDER COMPANY

Brother and sister Peter Jervis and Julia Jacksons’ parents have owned The Cider House in Quatt, Shropshire, since 1986. It is one of only 2 original remaining cider houses in the UK. Cider House Special premium cider has been made using their unique recipe specifically created for the Cider House Quatt, using 100% apple juice from British apples. Originally a still cider which has evolved over the years into the semi- sparkling drink we know today.