CIDERS

Hollowild Cider currently produces two distinctive blends. Both of which are British Cider Championships Bronze Medal winners…

No yeast is added to the fresh, pressed juice. The wild yeast is left alone to work its magic.

The residual wild yeast is used for a secondary fermentation in the bottle to create a much smoother, more delicate sparkle…

The spent yeast is then extracted from each bottle before pasteurising meaning Hollowild has more in common with Champagne making than commercial cider making..

FROGSTAR

A 60/40 blend of Hollowell wild dessert apples and bittersweet Dabinett apples growing on the banks of the river Wye in Herefordshire. The bittersweet tannins give this blend a deep, rich, caramel flavour traditional of West Country ciders…

HOGTOPUS

An 80/20 blend of dessert apples and conference pears picked from the wild and from gardens around Hollowell. The pears give a wonderful floral fruitiness to this modern style cider…


Feel free to get in touch with any questions…


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