Devon has a long history of cider production in the UK although most of its cider makers now operate on a very small scale, usually from just a farm building.

The most obvious place to find real cider is where it is made; here are some places in the Exeter and East Devon area;


     Bollha yes Cider (Clayhidon, Cullompton)
      Brimblecombe's Cider  (Dunsford, Exeter):
      Cokesputt Cider  (Payhembury, Honiton):
      Gray's Devon Cider  (Tedburn St Mary):
      Green Valley Cider  (Darts Farm, Topsham):
      Kennford Cider  (Exeter)
      Killerton Estate Cider  (Broadclyst)
      Reed's CIder  (Stockland, Honiton):
      Sandford Orchards  (Crediton):
      Venton's Devon  Cyder (Clyst St Lawr ence, Cullompton):
     Winkleigh Cider, (Winkleigh, Devon)

     Woodsy's Cider (Colyton Raleigh)

Click       to view all Devon cider/perry producers

Pubs where real cider should be available.


       Fountain Head,   Branscombe (Green Valley Cyder)
       Masons Arms,   Branscombe
       Butterleigh Inn,   Butterleigh (Sam's)
       Rose and Crown,   Calverleigh (Palmershayes)
       Culm Valley,   Culmstock (Bollhayes and Burrow Hill)
       Double Locks,   Exeter (Grays)
           Fat Pig,    Ex eter (c ider and perry!)
      Old Firehouse,  Exeter (Sam's, Thatchers)
      Well House,  Exeter (Rich's Farmhouse)
      First and Last,  Exmouth (Thatchers Dry)
      Prince of Wales,  Holcombe Rogus (summer only)
      Red Lio n, Oakford (We ston's)
     Globe Inn, Sampford Peverell (Sheppys Cider)
     Lamb Inn, Sandford (Sandford Orchards)
     Rose and Crown, Sandford (Sandford Orchards)

     Here is a similar list for the whole of Devon it is held on UKCider.


Please click      button, if your pub stocks real cider or     to contact our APPLE rep for more details.


CAMRA celebrates Cider and Perry month in October, the month when Apple Day is also celebrated.

Cider & Perry links

​Here are some links to cider and perry resources on the web:

     ​CAMRAs Cider and Perry pages

     The NEW Real Cider and Perry Page


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