We're really looking forward to welcoming folk to our Cider Garden once more at Little Pomona on Brook House Farm in Avenbury, near Bromyard, from midday on Saturday 17 April.
We have nine tables outside ready and waiting, so it's worth reserving your spot.
There's over a dozen of our ciders, perries and ciderkins to choose from. As well as a few exclusive to the Tasting Room and Cider Club, we have the latest vintage of our classic, Old Man & The Bee, the fabulous Pét Nat Perry 2020, and the hyper-refreshing Hard Rain Apple Piquette.
Our selection is complemented by favourites from friends at Oliver's and Ross Cider & Perry, including the latter's most recent release, Kingston Black 2019.
For the young and the dedicated drivers, there's organic apple juice from KImbolton's Hillside Farm, plus other softs.
And we're thrilled to be offering not just the latest Deya beer, Cast No Shadows, but also Existence As A Radical Act, the wonderful pale ale from Queer Brewing, brewed under the wings of Cloudwater.
Suitably matched snacks ensure no-one need go hungry. Dogs are most welcome, and we have full disabled access and facilities.
From Saturday 17 April, we are open 12-7pm on Saturdays, and 4-7pm on Thursdays.
Full directions here – make sure you look for Brook House Farm on Avenbury Lane. Look forward to seeing you.