Our cider is made in Monmouthshire. This lush county is nestled between the Brecon Beacons National Park and the Wye Valley Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, and is peppered with historic castles. The fertile red earth of this area is rich in iron, and the micro-climate on the farm means cold, cleansing winters and a warm growing season. All these things keep the apple trees happy, producing bountiful fruit with great flavour.
Apple County Cider is run by Business Partners Ben Culpin and David Jarrett. Ben's stepfather Jimmy started in the 60's to grow apples under contract to a national cider-maker. Jimmy laterly experimented with making his own real cider and encouraged Ben to join him. In 2008 Ben answered his calling and decided to move back to Monmouthshire and become a full-time cider maker, Ben is incredibly passionate about cider and has always been a cider-drinker, in 2014 Apple County Cider was born. We want to put this special place - Monmouthshire, the apple county of Wales - back on the map for producing some of the finest cider in the world.
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