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The Red Bank Cider Story

Our Story

Our Story


At Red Bank Cider we're passionate about capturing the natural goodness of freshly pressed English apples to create mouth watering cider!

Red Bank Cider is off the usual beaten track for English cider and located near the southern point of Lancashires West Pennine Moors, on the Bury and Bolton border. Our name - Red Bank is derived from one of the oldest dwellings in the area, built around 1803, with views across the countryside of Bolton, Bury, Manchester and historic Lancashire.

Where do our apples come from?

As most of the 'cider' you'll see is produced from highly processed concentrates it's reassuring to know that Red Bank Cider real ciders and perries are crafted from freshly pressed English apples and pears, grown in orchards around Worcester and Hereford, and taken to our giant press - located just below the Malvern Hills - where the fruit is 'cold pressed' ensuring that the nutrients, vitiamins and minerals from each freshly apple are captured!

We're a family business, launched 21st June 2013 at one of the largest cider festivals in the North UK - CAMRA's Greater Manchester Cider Festival - where our "Proper Cider" was voted "Cider of the Festival" against 70 Ciders & Perries from around England and Wales.

SEE THE RED BANK CIDER INTERVIEW WITH LANCASHIRE LIFE BELOW

When it comes to traditional cider - English cider is undoubtedly some of the best in the world (we're always looking for the best though see our Blog)

Our apples and fruit are sourced from sunny Herefordshire and Worcestershire (near the Malvern HIlls) from some well established English cider apple orchards and best growers we can find.

We then craft the cider at our premises over a period of 9 months, and then we let it mature - like a fine wine!

Red Bank Cider often makes it way around the UK and globally as far as Greece and Canada, so where ever you are, you can order online or email us and we'll get some to you!

Our big "to do list" at Red Bank Cider


"Encourage healthy lifestyles & awareness of wholesome natural fruit, wines and ciders"

"Use less, recycle & reduce our demands on resources & energy"

"Support local business & reduce "food miles"

"Buy from ethical suppliers who "look after" their workers & their environment"

"Help to improve lives in our local community by focussing fund raising activities with a local
charity"

"Have a positive effect on our global environment so we leave the world better than we found it!"

Help us to achieve our big "to do list" by supporting real cider!

A Tale of 3 Ciders - neeach.com - A world of great food and drink

Hot on the trail to answer the question of "What is Real Cider?"

In Liz's 2nd of her 3 interesting tales about traditional cider, she writes about one of the UKs more northern cider makers - Red Bank Cider!

Liz Smith has toured home producers of West Yorkshire, to a sleepy Berkshire hamlet, between Reading and Newbury (where the producer Tutts Clump was inspired to make real cider following a visit to the Dorset Steam Fair, with cider apples souced from the traditional cider growig Counties of Gloucester, Oxfordshire, Somerset and Kent.

Liz's 3rd story is also well worth a read at www.neeach.com a-tale-of-three-ciders-part-3





Lancashire Life visits Red Bank Cider

Lancashire Life visits Red Bank Cider

Lancashire Life visits Red Bank Cider - by Philippa James l Click here for the Lancashire Life Interview with Red Bank Cider

AWARD WINNER -
NORTH UK CAMRA - CIDER & PERRY COMPETITIONS

In June 2014 "Crackin Pear" Perry came 2nd out of all the Perries - we got a Silver, plus "Crackin Pear" won "Perry of the Festival", presented at our official opening of our premises on the 29th November 2014 .

NORTH UK CAMRA - CIDER & PERRY COMP 2015

Less than a year later we Red Bank received joint BRONZE AWARD for Autumn Orchard Cider - judged against around 18 ciders & perries from the North UK - A kind of a hat trick - 3 great awards in 3 years! Presented as a surprise by the CAMRA NORTH UK Representative - Mike Robinson, at a Meet the Cider Producer event at the Ashton Arms on 11th Nov 2015.!!

The Bolton Evening News Dec 2013

The Bolton Evening News 3.12.14

Celebration for Lancashire Cider Producer Deputy Mayor Officially Opens Red Red Bank's Premises

The Bolton Evening News - Nominee for Bolton & Bury Business Awards Sept 2014

Celebration at Business Awards - Startup Business of the Year - Runner up Click here for more info

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