Harry’s Cider – No. 8 6.2% 35 pint bag in box
Harry started making cider in 2005 on his farm which is mainly a grass farm running beef cattle and grazing dairy heifers. His family have been running it for 5 generations and cider was traditionally made for their own use.
Harry’s cider is made from traditional cider varieties such as Browns Apple, Dabinett, Harry Masters Jersey and Yarlington Mill grown mainly on their own farm in South Somerset which, with a warm damp climate is ideal for growing cider fruit and has a rich heritage of producing premium quality cider.
Harry’s No. 8 is a sweet farmhouse, but not overly so; just right for the novice cider drinker.