Westons Cider Tour and Tasting
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Fancy getting fruity? Then put a bit of fizz in your January with this event.
Westons have been growing apples and producing cider in the Herefordshire countryside for almost 140 years. We'll enjoy a private tour of the mill, nestled amongst the orchards, where you'll learn some history and see the full cider-making process using both traditional and modern methods. There's then a tasting of the many varieties produced ranging from the sweet fruit-flavoured newbies to cloudy scrumpy. The experience will last for around 90 minutes and there's also a shop if you fancy taking more of what you've tasted home.
Part of a whole celebration of cider, the tour will be followed by a walk and Wassail bookable as a separate event. Why not make a day of it?
Please note that the standard OutdoorLads refund policy does not apply after 19th December 2018, after which time we will be unable to issue any refunds for this event.
Getting there & parking
Parking at our start point is free.
There are limited bus links to Much Marcle - I'd recommend instead getting the train to Ledbury or Gloucester and putting a message in the comments section below to ask for a lift.
Image credits: sign and tastings: copyright Laura Redburn, Cardboardcities.co.uk used under licence
Barrels: copyright Bob Jenkins used under licence
What to bring
Some of the tour may take place outside so dress accordingly.
If you're joining the walk afterwards please see the event page for info on what to bring.
Food & drink
Lunch is available from the tea room and restaurant which are both on site.