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Aspall Cider, in Suffolk always spelt in Olde English as Cyder which diferentiates it from the West Country drink, its brewery is located at Aspall Hall in the village of Aspall, Suffolk, England best known for producing ciders.
The business has been established since the mid-18th century based on apple trees introduced from Jersey initially for the use of the Chevallier family, the owners of the estate, who were from that island. It was a founder member of the influential Soil Association in 1946.
In addition to cyder, Aspalls also make an unfermented Apple Juice, Organic Cyder Vinegar and Apple Balsamic Vinegar. The company also imports and markets: Spanish Red Wine Vinegar and White Wine Vinegar, and an Italian Organic Balsamic Vinegar.
Types of Cider
Aspall Draught Suffolk Cyder (5.5% ABV) - available on draught, or in bottles
Aspall Organic Suffolk Cyder (7% ABV) - bottles only
Aspall Dry Premier Cru Suffolk Cyder (7% ABV) - bottles only
Aspall Perronelle's Blush Suffolk Cyder (5.4% ABV) - bottles only (includes creme de mure (blackberry liqueur))
Chevalliers of Aspall Hall — The home of cyder
Aspall Hot Spiced Cyder (4.7% ABV)-5L box, which is not sold widely but can only be bought at specialist food shows like the BBC Good Food Show. Its made from a blend of their finest draught cyder and natural fruits and spices.