Monday, 26 March 2012

Cider selling well in London and Cheshire

The sun is bringing the cider drinkers out.  The dial in the car read 18.5 degrees today.  We're about to start painting the new wall in the cider shop but need to paint it with sealant first.  Once we've done that we can paint the wall and the floor as part of a total makeover.  We're going to sell some local honey too.  And we found some amazing aluminium re-usable kegs that we reckon the punters are going to love.  The Ty Gwyn Naughty Horsey Mini-keg!

We shipped a half pallet up to London to a company called the Orchard Press Cider Company.  They are a small but highly enthusiastic outfit whose mission is to bring a range of quality craft ciders to London drinkers.  We wish them all the very best and hope to be re-supplying them soon.  Another of our customers who seem to have had a busy time of it cider-wise is the Bull's Head in Mobberley, Cheshire.  They'd only just ordered six cases from us but rang up today to take eight more.  Exciting stuff!

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