Pancake Tuesday decisions are upon us - Sweet or Savoury? Thick or thin? Lemon or Syrup? Let us help you with a simple, delicious recipe for Mac Ivors Cider pancakes. Enjoy!
Whether you’re treating that special someone, or treating yourself – why not celebrate the patron saint of Love (or even just Thirsty Thursday) with some delicious rosé cider. Sweet plums, warming ginger, light bubbles and all round goodness…Enjoy!!
Next Tuesday marks the Chinese New Year – 2019 the Year of the Pig. Delicious food, fireworks, gifts, what’s not to love! So here we have laid out a really simple recipe for “Plum & Ginger Cider sauce” which you can whip up easily to pair with your favourite Chinese dishes – dumplings, spring rolls, duck breast – whatever you fancy. Enjoy!
It's been a while, we know, but let's take a look back on 2018 - festivals, new orchards, a glorious summer and lots of delicious ciders of course!!
It's one of Ireland's finest craft gatherings of craft brewers and distillers and it's returning to Dublin's Convention Centre again this year. The Alltech Craft Brews and Food Fair takes place from March 8-10 and we will be there with our great tasting Irish ciders
Aussie Chef Dean Coppard has kicked off his New Year stints with the Six O'Clock Show by cooking this delicious pork dish using our Traditional Dry Cider - Cheers Mate! Try out this recipe - Sugar pit pork chop, grain mustard mash, braised winter greens, Traditional Dry Cider and apple sauce
It's Valentine's Day and Ash Wednesday - the first time since 1945. If you decide to indulge here are some tips from Mac Ivors Cider Co for Valentine's Day. It's all about flowers, food and Plum and Ginger Cider - enjoy you lovebirds!
It is freezing and there's snow lying on the freezing orchard floor but how good to our Irish ciders look in Armagh's famous orchards? We are pruning, making cider and all over Ireland with our great tasting ciders. Make sure you #followthefox this year.
Sammy MacNeice is a fourth generation apple grower and caretaker of the land in Co Armagh where apples are grown and pressed to make Irish cider by Mac Ivors Cider Co. It's here too where MacNeice Fruit operate its fruit processing company
We use our Traditional Dry Mac Ivors Cider for our Irish Mulled Cider Christmas recipe. This recipe has been tried and tested and loved by people sampling it at food fayres in the run up to Christmas. Get your Traditional Dry Cider and get a pot on the stove!
Our Vintage Reserve Cider is the only cider in Ireland's only craft beer calendar created again this year by our friends in Martin's Off-Licence in Dublin. December 6 is Vintage Reserve Cider Day in #madvent so get onto social media and tell us about your #madvent experience!
The orchards here in Ireland's apple capital are resting from November through to March as pruning season begins at Mac Ivors Cider Co. We go for a walk with Sammy who highlights how crucial pruning is during the dormant season.
The craic will be great tonight and tomorrow as Sarah and Greg are getting into the festive spirit as the Ulster Hall hosts the Belfast Beer and Cider Festival. Enjoy Mac Ivors Cider Co's great tasting Irish ciders. See you at the Ulster Hall.
Musicians and writers to enjoy our Irish Traditional Dry Cider at the John O'Connor Writing School at an evening of celebration which takes place at The Charlemont Arms Hotel in Armagh city tomorrow evening. Have a great evening everyone.
It's a great feeling when you pick up your Sunday Times and see Mac Ivors Cider Co Traditional Dry Irish Cider is recommended by the Sunday Times wine writer, Martin Moran and is listed Number Two on his list. Thanks Martin Moran!
The harvest is on everyone's mind right now so when journalist Eleanor McGillie asked if she could come and learn the art of the craft Greg absolutely said yes. Have a read of Eleanor's own experience of apple picking here in our orchards:
Did you see our very own Irish cider producer on TV on Monday night? The country is talking about it. If you missed it here's a run down of what Greg MacNeice was telling viewers from the heart of our orchards here in County Armagh.
YOU have no doubt seen Greg in the most unexpected of places over the last few weeks. If you haven't here is the photographic evidence. Our favourite cider maker is on billboards, bus stops and on the side of Translink buses showcasing the delicious apples grown at the orchards here in Ardress.
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.
We all love a bit of country music so if you're a fan of Ritchie Remo you're going to love this food and music festival in Co Armagh. Come and join Sarah for some Traditional Dry Cider, Medium Cider and Plum and Ginger Cider. #followthefox