Longueville House Apple Cider

50cl

Longueville House Cider was first developed by the late Michael O’Callaghan back in 2000 as a means to an end in making his Apple Brandy. A pioneering spirit he planted 25 acres of Dabinett and Michelin cider apples at the north-west side of the property based in the heart of The Blackwater Valley. The apples are harvested in the autumn every year. Once picked the apples are crushed and pressed in an oak cider press machine located in the cider house on our farm. The pressed juice is naturally fermented over time incorporating natural sugars in the juice and natural yeast on apples and in the atmosphere, resulting in a rich amber coloured cider. The cider is then filtered, carbonated and pasteurised.

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Longueville House Apple Cider

Longueville House Cider was first developed by the late Michael O’Callaghan back in 2000 as a means to an end in making his Apple Brandy. A pioneering spirit he planted 25 acres of Dabinett and Michelin cider apples at the north-west side of the property based in the heart of The Blackwater Valley. The apples are harvested in the autumn every year. Once picked the apples are crushed and pressed in an oak cider press machine located in the cider house on our farm. The pressed juice is naturally fermented over time incorporating natural sugars in the juice and natural yeast on apples and in the atmosphere, resulting in a rich amber coloured cider. The cider is then filtered, carbonated and pasteurised.

Fact Sheet
Apple Varieties Used Dabinett and Michelin
Fluid 50cl
Alcohol % 5%
Style Medium dry, craft cider. Naturally sparkling.
Producer Longueville House
Any Additional Information of Note No artificial additives, sweeteners, colouring or preservatives are used.
Awards and/or Press Quotes
Awards and/or Press Quotes Silver medal in the Cider Cup at the Alltech Craft Brew and Food Fair

Tags: cidery, brewery, craft, scrumpy, Brandy, Irish, Cider, Apple, Longueville House, distillery