Provenance

Worley's Cider

BA4 4SA, United Kingdom

  • Founded: 2008
  • Employees: 2
  • Directors: 2

We make craft ciders from our base in Somerset, England, using whole juice pressed from local apples

  • Claims
    • 100% made in the UK
    • Producing, sourcing or manufacturing entirely in the United Kingdom

    • batch producer
    • Creating products stage by stage over a series of workstations, in different batches.

    • family-owned business
    • Operating with two or more family members involved, and the majority of ownership lies within a family.

    • high quality raw materials
    • Using materials made with basic ingredients, materials or substances of very good quality.

    • limited edition
    • Limited to a specific number of copies.

    • locally-made
    • Production restricted to a particular area.

    • locally-sourced
    • Obtained from locations restricted to a particular area.

    • locally-sourced raw materials
    • Comprises elements obtained from locations restricted to a particular area.

    • no genetic engineering
    • Operating without manipulating genetic material.

    • non-GMO
    • Producing without genetic modification or engineering techniques.

    • sourced directly from farmers
    • Obtained from farmers, without the involvement of a middleman.

    • vegan
    • Operating entirely free from animal products.

    • vegetarian
    • Free from meat or fish, and sometimes other animal products.

    • grown in the UK
    • Plant products 100% developed in the United Kingdom.

    • gluten free
    • Food stuffs or a diet not containing any gluten

    • wheat free
    • Food stuffs or a diet not containing any wheat

  • Social Impact

    Apples travel about 25 miles to reach us where they are pressed and the juice is fermented naturally. Pommace from the spent apples is then ploughed into the surrounding fields as fertilizer.

  • The cider is bottled and stacked, and left to ferment. While in the bottle, the fermentation process creates a natural carbonation

    The cider is bottled and stacked, and left to ferment. While in the bottle, the fermentation process creates a natural carbonation

    BA4 4SA, United Kingdom

  • Our 2017 range of sparkling bottles – our Red Hen won Champion Cider at Taste of the West 2017

    Our 2017 range of sparkling bottles – our Red Hen won Champion Cider at Taste of the West 2017

    BA4 4SA, United Kingdom

  • We test a bottle every now and again to check when it's ready. When a light, natural carbonation is reached, the cider is released for sale

    We test a bottle every now and again to check when it's ready. When a light, natural carbonation is reached, the cider is released for sale

    BA4 4SA, United Kingdom

  • 1000-litre containers of fermenting cider – they make a beautiful sound as they bubble away through the winter

    1000-litre containers of fermenting cider – they make a beautiful sound as they bubble away through the winter

    BA4 4SA, United Kingdom

  • When lit from the back you can see the clear juice and the brown cap floating on the surface

    When lit from the back you can see the clear juice and the brown cap floating on the surface

    BA4 4SA, United Kingdom

  • Le Chapeau Brun – the pectic acid rises to the top of the fermentation vessel

    Le Chapeau Brun – the pectic acid rises to the top of the fermentation vessel

    BA4 4SA, United Kingdom

Worley's Cider

BA4 4SA, United Kingdom

Collaborators (1)

  • Farmdrop

    The Biscuit Factory, United Kingdom