Skidbrooke Cyder Co.

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About Skidbrooke Cyder Co.

As well as apples from the farm’s own orchards, St Botolph’s apple juice uses a variety of leftover apples from local people, some farmers and a Lincolnshire packing house.

Made by Skidbrooke Cyder, based near Louth, it takes its name from the local church which the Williams’ family can see from their farmhouse.

Guy and Kate Williams check each apple by hand before its milled, pulped through a belt press, pasteurised and then bottled – nothing is added, the taste is purely the apples.

We also stock Skidbrooke’s traditional still cider. They make more than 50,000 litres a year using traditional methods to produce an authentic English drink.

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