As you’d expect, there are several top flight cider and perry producers in South Worcestershire. They provide a quality product with low mileage, so seek them out.
Richard Reynolds has been producing cider and perry in Worcester for a number of years. Local pubs are supplied as are local and national festivals. Bottled cider and perry are available.
John Barker is a producer of cider and perry at his farm in Hallow, Worcester. His own long established orchards provide the fruit. Some local pubs are supplied as are some beer and cider festivals.
Knights have been producing cider at their Crumpton Oaks Farm at Storridge near Malvern for a many years. There is a retail outlet at the farm, open at weekends only, which supplies draft and bottled cider.
Norbury’s Black Bull cider
Tom Norbury has been producing cider using his own fruit for a number of years. It is available at many local Farmers’ Markets.
A range of high quality and award winning ciders and perries are produced at the College in Pershore. They are available from The Plant Centre at the college.
Although based in Alcester, Warwickshire the cider is actually produced at Castlemoreton Common, near Malvern. It is widely available throughout the region and in local supermarkets.