The Earl of Caledon samples our ciders at the Caledon Village Georgian Festival

The Earl of Caledon has given our great tasting ciders his seal of approval when he visited our stand at the first ever Caledon Village Georgian Festival which took place on October 1. This was an amazing day in the picturesque County Tyrone village. The historic walled courtyard behind the old courthouse was filled with some great food and drink producers including The National Trust, Burren Balsamic, Digby’s Bar & Restaurant, Bellingham Blue Cheese, The Fluffy Meringue, Long Lane Pantry, The Glaslough Chocolate Company and Papa’s Cordials. Local farmer Henry Halligan was also there selling vegetables grown on his farm a few miles out the road. But after the official opening on the steps at the old courthouse, Lord Caledon spent a lot of time speaking to all of the stall holders. When he came to visit Greg on our stall he was more than happy to sample our Traditional Dry cider, Medium cider and our Plum and Ginger cider. We are very grateful to Lord Caledon for buying our ciders as well. The Caledon Village Georgian Festival was a fine display of all things Georgian with the organisers and many of the public dressed up in Georgian dress. The sun was shining all day and people were relaxing with our great tasting ciders in the marquee, having fun and the chat was great. It was great to be alongside Digby’s Bar & Restaurant who also stock our ciders in Killylea. General manager Claire Pender was telling us that her customers love it. A big thank you to the organisers for inviting us as the only cider producer. It was a brilliant festival which really did celebrate local food and drink producers. To keep up to date with where we are and what we are doing, like us on Facebook and #followthefox on Twitter