Brand new draught cyder at The Corner House
As much as we love beer at The Corner House, we love our cyder too, and it’s getting to the time of year where there’s not much better than sitting in the sun with a glass – and our brand new draught cyder is just in time!
The draught cyder, made by Aspall in Suffolk, is fruity and thirst quenching, perfect for summer months. If you like a drink with your meal and fancy a cyder, this one is best served with curries, chicken, and bramley apple pie!
Aspall themselves were established in 1728 by Clement Chevallier, who planted orchards at Aspall Hall in Suffolk, in the tiny hamlet of Aspall, north of the small market town of Debenham. The Chevallier family still live and work among the orchards today, making them the 8th generation of the family to run Aspall. They add Champagne yeast to all of their fermentations to efficiently ferment sugar to alcohol, and ensure all the natural aroma and flavour of the apple shines through. This makes for a real traditional cider – and it’s quickly become one of our favourites at The Corner House.
Pop in and try and glass of our new draught cyder – our sunny garden is ready and waiting too!