National Cider & Perry Championships
Britain’s best Cider and Perry revealed at Reading Beer & Cider Festival 2019
Somerset Branch CAMRA Apple Rep., Steve Hawkins was keen to attend the Reading Beer & Cider Festival 2019 to lend his services in judging the cider and perry entered into this years competition. See https://www.camra.org.uk/press_release/britains-best-cider-and-perry-revealed-at-reading-beer-festival for a full report.
The winners were:
GOLD – Mayfayre’s Cider (Herefordshire)
SILVER – St Ives Forager (St Ives)
BRONZE – Ampleforth Abbey (North Yorkshire)
GOLD – Cleve’s Orchard Perry (Ross-on-Wye)
SILVER – Ralph’s Medium Perry (Powys)
BRONZE – Out of the Orchard Perry (Newent)
National Cider & Perry Championship 2018 Winners
GOLD - Harry's Scrummage (Somerset)
SILVER - Whin Hill, Browns (Norfolk)
BRONZE - Orgasmic, White Jersey (Herefordshire)
GOLD - Nempnett, Piglet's Perry (Somerset, Bristol Branch)
SILVER - Oliver's, Perry (Herefordshire)
BRONZE - Whin Hill, Perry (Norfolk)
National Cider & Perry Championship 2017 Winners
GOLD – Countryman, Medium (Devon)
SILVER – Salt Hill, Autumn Gold (Berkshire)
BRONZE – Gwatkin's, Captain Gwatkin's Rum Cask (Herefordshire)
GOLD – Nempnett Thrubwell, Piglet's Perry (Somerset)
SILVER - Waulkmill, Mooseheid Perry (Dumfrieshire)
BRONZE – Hartland, Perry (Gloucestershire)
National Cider & Perry Championship 2016 Winners
Gold - Harding's 3 Peace Sweet from Cambridgeshire.
Silver - Dunkerton's Cider, Herefordshire.
Bronze - Green Valley Cider, Devon.
Gold - Hartland's Farmhouse Perry, Gloucestershire.
Silver - Burnard’s Stray Perry, Norfolk.
Bronze - Heck’s Perry, Somerset.