Local Beers & Ciders

 22nd November 2019

Napton Cidery made their first batch of cider as most do – from the apple tree in their garden. Thrilled by the result Napton Cidery was born the very next year, with the sole mission to collect unwanted apples from the village/surrounding orchards and make something wonderful. From pressing a simple 2000 litres in 2015, they now press over 45,000 litres; all sourced from small orchards across the UK to support sustainable British farming.

Other local cider suppliers include:

Hogan’s Cider, Alcester, Warwickshire who also make a very good Perry and a cider called High Sobriety for the driver in the party.

Vale of Welton Cider, Daventry, Northamptonshire makers of Black Jetty and Poachers cider.

Henney’s Cider, Ledbury, Herefordshire who make England’s Pride a medium sweet cider.

Celtic Marches, Bishops Frome, Worcester make Slack Alice, Lily the Pink and Thundering Molly. Which are also available in a presentation box.

We do also sell Healey’s cider which is a bit further a field at Truro, Cornwall. Famous for their Rattler cider, which is too good not to sell.

Recent additions to our local beer selection include the Windmill Hill Brewing Co. at Radford Semele, Warwickshire and make a range of bottled beers including Pump Room Porter, Amber Post and Chesterton Pale Ale.

Also new the Silverstone Real Ale Brewery, Northamptonshire who make the appropriately named Chequered Flag, Pit stop and Ignition.

The Warwickshire Beer Co. is based at Cubbington near Leamington Spa and make Lady Godiva, Shakespeares County and Kingmaker. We also sell attractive presentation packs from all three of these brewers which make an ideal festive treat for any beer drinker.

Other local brewers include the Purity Brewery, Alcester, Warwickshire who make Ubu and Mad Goose.

Byatts Brewery, Coventry who make a wide range of beers of which Coventry Bitter is a best seller.

We also stock Gun Dog Ales from Woodford Halse, Northants.

Langtons Brewery, Market Harborough, Leicestershire.

Hook Norton Brewery, Banbury, Oxfordshire.

How to find us

We are easily accessible from Junction 2 of the M6 Motorway as well as from Coventry, Rugby and the surrounding area. We're situated just outside Stretton-under-Fosse on the B4027. For Sat Navs and Google Maps, our postcode is: CV23 0PE. A bus is available to Stretton-under-Fosse from Rugby and Coventry. The service number is 585, run by Mike De Courcey Ltd

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