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Mahorall Farm Cider

 

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Farm Shop

The Farm Shop at Mahorall


 

Visitors are welcome to come to see us at our small shop at the farm.

Please note we are unable to take credit/debit cards at the shop.

We are normally open every day from 12.00pm - 5.00pm.

PLEASE NOTE THAT WE ARE NOT ALWAYS OPEN WHEN WE ARE AT A SHOW

Please check our show diary

We recommend that you contact us first to ensure we are open

Please telephone us on 01584 890296 (Ideally between 1.00pm-2.00pm)

or Mobile 07977 811626


Draught Ciders

We usually have at least 3 different draught ciders available at the shop for customers to sample and purchase. All of our draught ciders are non sparkling and the selection we offer changes regularly.

We usually are able to offer both dry and medium still cider.

The Abv of our draught ciders vary from 5% - 8% and prices are from £2.00 - £2.50 per litre.

As we use no preservatives or sulphites our draught ciders have a relatively short shelf life and need to be stored in the cool or ideally in a fridge. We recommend that the cider is consumed 10 days from the date of purchase.

Containers For Draught Cider

The price for the cider does not include the container. We are able to provide plastic containers from 1 litre - 22 litres. We advise customers to bring their own clean containers if at all possible.

Shop

 

Customers requiring large amounts of cider are advised to contact us in advance for availablity.

 

 

Crown Cap Bottles

We also have our range of 7 crown cap ciders for sale at the shop. These ciders are available in 50cl glass bottles. These have a much longer shelf life and are available to purchase individually or by the box.

 

To find out more about these crown cap ciders click here

 

We can create a mixed box with any mix of ciders you would like.

 

(Prices correct June 2013)

 

Find out more why we do not use Sulphites