Cider and Sausage Festival, The Gryphon, May 5th – 6th

 

 

Bristol Cider Shop returns to The Gryphon this May bank holiday weekend for their Spring Cider Festival – this year with an extra ingredient. Not only will there be over 20 varieties of delicious cider and perry to enjoy, but there will also be 20 types of sausages!

As ever, all of the cider is locally made on traditional cider farms and the sausages are ‘proper’ sausages from local butchers. They will be served with a range of cider-based accompaniments including cider apple sauce, cider chutney, cider mustard and even pickled onions in Somerset cider! There will also be vegetarian sausages for our veggie friends.

Organiser Pete Snowman said “Everyone we’ve told thinks it’s a brilliant idea. I mean, cider and sausages – what’s not to like?! Our cider festivals are always loads of fun, and this year it’s on the bank holiday weekend so everyone’s got an extra day off to recover!”

The festival will be held upstairs at The Gryphon on Colston St from 12.00 – 12.00 on Saturday 5 & Sunday 6 May. Entry is free and all pints are £3 (or you can buy a strip of 4 tickets for £10 – which makes it £2.50 a pint!!).

The list of ciders/perries for the event reads as follows…

 
Dry
Bristol Cider Works
Brislington Brain Twister
Dunkertons – Organic
Newtons – Yarlington Mill

Medium Dry
Burrow Hill – ‘alf n ‘alf
Crossmans – Home Orchard Special
Once Upon a Tree – Tumpy Ground
Orgasmic – Brown Snout
Westcroft – Janet’s Jungle Juice

Medium
Hecks – Kingston Black
Millwhites – Rum Barrel
Perrys – Vintage
Ross on Wye – Balls Bittersweet
Severn – Redstreak

Medium Sweet
Blaengawney Farm – National Treasure
Gwatkin – Norman
Hecks – Port Wine of Glastonbury
Olivers – Dabinett

Perry
Dunkertons
Olivers

 

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