We've had a busy start to 2020 here at Mac Ivors cider. We launched our brand new Alcohol Free cider. Exciting times ahead!!
We are proud to be National Trust tenant farmers so we are very proud to have won a 2017 National Trust Fine Farm Food Award which was announced at Blenheim Palace at Countryfile Live 2017 for our Traditional Dry Cider and Medium Cider. Mac Ivors Cider is on sale in many of the beautiful National Trust cafes.
A great success for our team as Greg collects three gold medals in London at the International Brewing and Cider Awards 2017 luncheon at the Guildhall. This is such a prestigious event and we are super thrilled to be recognised on the international stage yet again.
Great news for cider drinkers - you can now buy our great tasting ciders in Marks & Spencer stores across Northern Ireland. Look out for our Traditional Dry Cider, Medium Cider and Plum and Ginger Cider. Enjoy your food and drink adventure.
Mac Ivors Cider is to launch in Paris tomorrow just in time for St Patrick's Day celebrations and the RBS Six Nations clash between France and Wales.
Mac Ivors Cider scoops three gold medals at the International Brewing and Cider Awards for Plum and Ginger, Traditional Dry and Medium Cider. Mac Ivors competed against brewers and cider makers from Europe, Australasia, the Far East and North and South America.
AS a leading Irish Craft Cider producer and award winner at Blas na hÉireann, Great Taste Awards and Irish Quality Food and Drink Awards, it's important to us to continue to lead the way. That's why we are delighted to now say we are SALSA approved and have our accreditation to show it. Here the story:
We have announced a £250,000 investment in a state of the art German apple press and the planting a new 10 acre heritage cider orchard as the Irish craft cider market continues to boom. Thanks to all media outlets for publishing our story:
It's crisp, cold and very refreshing here at Belfast's award winning Twilight Market. And we are not just talking about the weather. Sarah is at the popular, bustling market for the second night and our great tasting ciders are going down a treat.
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.
The Good Food Market at The Argory - there'll be cider in the courtyard Mac Ivors Cider [...]
Plum and Ginger Cider shortlisted for accolade at Irish Quality Food and Drink Awards A GREAT tasting cider [...]
Fifth generation apple grower takes the taste of Armagh's orchards to Europe A FIFTH generation apple grower [...]