Apple

Fruity future: fruit cider has the legs to go for miles

In association with Old Mout

Is there a future for fruit cider?

By Nicholas Robinson

It’s been the biggest development in cider since apples were first used to make alcohol. Now packaged fruit ciders play a pivotal role in many pubs. But what does the future have in store?

Cash for kiwis: Old Mout launches campaign to save kiwi bird

What is the future for fruit cider?

By Nicholas Robinson

Emma Sherwood-Smith, Heineken’s Cider Brand Director, has her sights set on a big future for fruit ciders, especially those with unique flavour profiles such as Old Mout’s variants.

Apple & blackberry crumble: Eggleton's pub is ranked fifth in the UK's Top 50

DISH DECONSTRUCTED

How to make: chef Josh Eggleton's apple & blackberry crumble

By Daniel Woolfson

This traditional dessert by Josh Eggleton, chef-patron of the Pony & Trap, Chew Magna, will be a sound addition to any menu as the nights begin to draw in earlier. Extra points for serving fireside. 

Pub barters for beer

Pub barters for beer

By Nikkie Sutton

A Leicester pub is giving local fruit and veg growers the opportunity to barter their produce for beer.

Westons launches first Henry Westons TV ad

Cider

First Henry Westons TV ad launched

By Nicholas Robinson

Westons has launched its first television ad campaign — which kicked off nationally last week — for its Henry Westons Vintage cider brand.

POW! Cider is still packing a punch in pubs

Cider report

Cider continues to drive on-trade profits

By Nicholas Robinson

Nigel Huddleston discovers how the phenomenal march of cider during the past few years may have slowed slightly but is still continuing to help drive on-trade profits

Cider trends: Make sure you're well stocked

Drinks

Cider trends: Make sure you're well stocked

By Nigel Huddleston

With peak cider season on its way, Nigel Huddleston takes a look at what’s available for you to make sure your pub is the destination for thirsty drinkers.