Perry’s Cider produce award-winning cider from their farmhouse based in Ilminster, Somerset. Founder, William Churchill, started the business in 1920 as a sideline to his Blacksmith’s, which is now the company office. Since then, they’ve grown into a fiercely independent pioneer in the UK’s craft cider revolution.
Yes, craft cider is a thing now. We grew up as cider drinkers before craft beer existed, opting for cheap dry cider because it was the least worst option available as skint students back in the day. Thankfully, we’ve moved on since then – and so has the cider industry – so we were really excited to taste test Perry’s Ciders. A big thank you to them for sending us a selection of different bottles to sample.