I'll drink to that

on 07 September 2016.

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It is an article of faith that anything made in the old-fashioned way is superior to anything we can buy in the supermarket and aficionados of Tutts Clump Cider would be the first to agree. Back by popular demand at this year's Food Festival, festival goers will be able to taste for themselves that this is not the widely-sold carbonated rubbish made with fruit concentrate and 70% water, but proper cider, made by hand using 100% fruit. The Pulpit RockMuddy Stilettos Award - Best Local Drink Producer in Berkshire June 2016Sugar and gluten free it is suitable for vegetarians and vegans.

Fully sustainable, Tutts Clump Cider source unwanted apples locally with any waste given to local farmers to feed their pigs. Named after the Berkshire village where it is made, Tutts Clump Cider was established in 2006 by Tim Wale and his family and during that time has developed a range of twelve award-winning ciders which are stocked at selected branches of Waitrose and quality farm shops. Tutts Clump also offer an online service and will deliver to your door.

As the clamour for all things local and sustainable grows, now is a good time to invest in our artisans. Tutts Clump are running a crowd funding campaign for the month of September, where investments can be made from as little as £50. All investors receive discounted cider as well as company shares - what's not to like?

Phone : 0118 974 4649

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