Tim Wale, was born in Tutts Clump, a small hamlet in the village of Bradfield, which lies roughly half way between the towns of Reading and Newbury in West Berkshire. This is where he started making cider in 2006, hence the name. He is married to Catherine and has five daughters, Marie, Sarah, Joanne, Lucy and Rachel who help out with the business.
This medium/sweet Real Cider is made from a second pressing of the apple pomace after covering it with water for twenty four hours. This produces a refreshing, slightly weaker Cider with a lower ABV. All apples used are mainly from within West Berkshire. May be enjoyed on any occasion, to accompany a meal, or on its own.