Ty Gwyn is the Welsh for ‘white house’ – the name of the farm in the Welsh Borders where Alex Culpin’s stepfather grew apples and began making delicious craft cider. Before following in his stepdad’s cider-making footsteps, Alex was the bass player in a 90s band that recorded sessions for Radio 1, played at Glastonbury, and supported Radiohead and Suede. As Alex rightly says, “making great music or great cider takes passion, practice and patience – and our ciders are the result of all three!”
Ty Gwyn’s cider apples come from selected local growers and are pressed on Alex’s farm near the Black Mountains. Alex always uses 100% juice, and allows the cider a long time to ferment and mature. The result is a world away from mass-produced commercial cider – and Ty Gwyn’s growing popularity and recent trio of Great Taste awards prove that discerning cider drinkers agree!
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