“Single” Variety is the Spice of Life!

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Around the year 1890, in Monmouthshire, a chap by the name of George Breakwell, discovered a new cider apple variety, which he named Breakwell’s Seedling. He was so...

Employee Showcase - Charlotte

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OUR FIRST EMPLOYEE SHOWCASE We thought we would start showcasing our employees with mini interviews, so you can see who works behind the scenes of Dunkertons! First up...

People's Trust for Endangered Species

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In traditional orchards people and nature meet unlike in any other place. We are working to halt the decline and improve the prospects of this habitat into the...

Love is in the Pear!

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Here at Dunkertons, we are always looking for new foods to match with our award-winning cider and Perry and for Valentine’s Day this year, we have a few...


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DRY JANUARY? For many, the first month of the year is spent “dry” as people decide to forgo consumption of all alcohol beverages and at Dunkertons, we get...

A year review at Dunkertons

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With the New Year in full swing, we thought we’d reminisce over the past year and celebrate our successes! So, let’s try and break the year of 2018...

The Tale of the Legendary Black Fox

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Ever since ancient times, rural communities have told stories of unusual and fantastic creatures. Some have been true, some have been partly true, and others have been the...

The King of Ciders!

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Sought after, revered, hailed by some to be the epitome of ciders, the King of Ciders that we know as Kingston Black! There are many, many traditional cider...

First Masterclass Tour

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On a chilly November evening, we welcomed eight cider lovers to our very first Cider Masterclass Tour. This tour was going to be very different to our normal...

Dunkertons Christmas Fayre 2018!

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Sprinkling Christmas cheer on Saturday 15 December 2018 from 12:00-16:30