Bracknell Ale Festival cider list: 1. Traditional Farmhouse – Tutts Clump

Tutts Clump cider is back at Bracknell Ale & Wine Festival after a successful 2012, and will be supplying three variations for you to sample.

Traditional Farmhouse is sponsored by De Silva Safety Services
Traditional Farmhouse is sponsored by De Silva Safety Services

The first on the list is the Traditional Farmhouse, a 6% medium/dry cider.

Fin on gave Traditional Farmhouse a 3.5 rating and said: “Pours hazy gold, nice tangy aroma with that slight acidic recoil you get from a decent cider. Nice tannic bite, its strange because its starts with a sharpness but then soon levels out to have a more dessert apple quality, good combination. Its simple and very decent”.

Here’s what the Tutts Clump Cider website says:

This award winning medium/dry cider read cider is handmade from a variety of eating, cooking and crab apples,  mainly from within West Berkshire.

[Traditional Farmhouse] is a crisp, refreshing eastern counties style cider. Made from 100% juice with no added water.

Bracknell Ale & Wine Festival 2014 takes place on Sunday 25th May 2014 at Bracknell Town Football Club from 1pm. Tickets are on sale priced £5 for adults, with FREE entry to CAMRA and football club members. Buy tickets here.