Co. Armagh boasts 5,000 acres of verdant apple orchards, more than any other part of Ireland.
Little wonder it became known as “The Orchard County”. It is here that Mac Ivors Cider has its roots.
Our farm was established in 1855 in the townland of Ardress. Our cider takes its name from our Cider Maker, Greg Mac Neice’s grandmother Annie Mac Ivor.
Annie, her husband Matt Mac Neice and their nine children had a passion for apple growing. Her son Sam and her grandson Greg continue that tradition, farming over 100 acres of prime Armagh orchard, packing and processing the apples grown and now making great craft cider too!