Oldfields Cider is produced the Thompson family, on their farm in Worcestershire, using only freshly pressed apples and fruits.

 

About Oldfields Cider

The Thompson family took Oldfields Farm on in 1960, when it was a hilly, scrub-filled smallholding that one supportive neighbour at the time said would ‘never make a farm’. But Jim, the father of current custodian Geoff, was undeterred and moved his family in, along with a creaking ancient cider press and apple scratter he’d not long bought from an old boy in Cowsden.

Over the next few decades those scrubby Broom-filled banks were transformed into a thriving verdant farm and put to good use. As was that fateful apple press.

About the Range

Oldfield ciders are natural products. Made on their farm with 100% fresh juice. Their ciders are from freshly picked and pressed Worcestershire apples. They use modern techniques including fermentation in stainless steel tanks to ensure purity of fruit and consistent quality. All of their ciders are concentrate free, suitable for vegans and gluten free.

Sustainability

Sustainability is at the heart of Oldfields. It’s why they hand prune their apple trees. It’s why they’ve planted and renewed almost a mile of native hedgerows around the farm. It’s why they don’t use concentrates in cider. And it’s why they took the decision to do every part of the cider-making process, from planting the trees to packing the bottles and kegs, in-house.

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