In less than 28 short years, Aston Manor Brewery has risen to become a principal producer of cider fruits and apples. It is based on a family-conceived and specially guarded business idea that has made it quickly become the third largest producer of these products in the UK as well as assuming an international outfit. This is despite the fact that it is family-owned in its entirety. In these short years, production of diverse range of cider products has been realized. Today, the company has an international mass market in the UK and the rest of the world.
How it is made
Boasting of more than 300 acres of bittersweet apple trees, Aston Manor has been producing and processing apples since 1996. Michelin, Black Kingston, Yarlington Mill, Ellis Bitters, Ashton Brown and Dabinett are the key varieties of bittersweet apple trees that are popular with Aston Manor. These bittersweet apples are used to produce high quality cider through a perfect recipe and process that is devoid of mistakes and flaws. In this way, the tannin in the apples provides bitterness while malic acids found in the apples provide acidity. The blends of these apples are then used to make high quality cider that is consumed and enjoyed by ever-increasing lovers of cider in the UK and the world at large. These apples are sourced from own orchards that are managed in the highest of professionalism as well as from selected farmers in the county of Worcestershire.
Different flavours of cider
Aston Manor boasts of a wide range of cider flavours that include Kingstone Press with its wide range of sub-flavours (Classic Pearl Cider, Wild berry-flavoured Cider, and Classic Apple Cider). Kingstone Press flavour is dark coloured, clean and dry so as to provide that deep satisfaction found from nowhere else. Other cider flavours include Frosty Jack’s cider, Crumpton Oaks, Golden Valley among others. When looking for the best cider, here is the best.