Posts Tagged ‘Hallets’

Diod Cymreig Mis Chwefror – Blaengawney Cider: Hallets Real Cider (6.0%afc)

02/02/2014

Mae Blaengawney Cider wedi’i leoli ar y fferm o’r un enw ac caiff ei redeg gan wr a gwraig Andy ac Annie Hallet. Am beth amser seidr draft oedd eu cynnyrch ond, yn weddol ddiweddar, maen’t wedi mentro creu seidr mewn potel.

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Yn lle defnyddio’r enw Blaengawney fe wnaethon ddatblygu brand newydd yn seiledig ar yr enw teuluol. Hallets Real Cider yw’r en war gyfer eu seidr potel ac maen’t wedi creu brand hynod o dda.

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February Welsh Drink of the Month – Blaengawney Cider: Hallets Real Cider (6.0%abv)

02/02/2014

Blaengawney Cider is based on the farm of the same name and is run by husband and wife team Andy and Annie Hallet. For a while draft cider and perry was the mainstay of the business but, relatively recently, they ventured into the bottled market.

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Rather than use the Blaengawney name they developed a new brand based on the family name. Hallets Real Cider was the name for the bottled cider and a stunning brand was developed.

It’s made using 100% Welsh apples and cider from the current harvest is blended with a Dabinett cider that has been matured for a year. The conditioning is natural and they employ the keeving method more common to French cider.

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