Proper cider made from Somerset apples, in Somerset, by Somerset people.
‘Established in 1918 using traditional rack and cloth cider making methods, Bray’s Cider was produced on a Devon farm for the workers in lieu of payment. 1949 saw Brays Cider being sold to local pubs, made in the same traditional way, using local mixed variety apples.
After moving to Somerset in 2005 the third generation of cider enthusiasts – Adam Bray continues to craft traditional cider. A combination of 100 years of knowledge and modernised equipment, using the same traditional principles, has perfected Bray’s Cider today.
We believe making cider in this way brings out the best flavour of our wonderful, locally sourced, Somerset apples.’