Ludlow Food Festival

OUR PRODUCERS

 

Radnor Hills Water

www.radnorhills.co.uk

The source of Radnor Hills lies in the old county of Radnorshire in Mid Wales. In this very under populated area, the water is able to filter naturally through layers of rock to achieve its exceptional taste and purity. As you enjoy our products you will be consuming one of the natural wonders of Mid Wales.

 

Ludlow Brewing Company

www.theludlowbrewingcompany.co.uk

Fancy a pint? Discover the brewing magic of the award-winning Ludlow Brewery, here in Shropshire and the Marches - an area fast becoming one of the leading brewing regions in the UK.

Located in a specially converted railway shed, just over 50 metres north of Ludlow railway station. The building has been fully refurbished to latest building standards and houses a 20-barrel brewing system. Joining Ludlow's tradition of fine food and drink, Ludlow Brewing Company is a small brewery, which aims to produce high quality real ale for the discerning drinker.

 

Oliver’s Cider & Perry

www.oliversciderandperry.co.uk

Here at Oliver’s Cider and Perry we make cider and perry for everyday enjoyment and special occasions.

Wild yeasts in small batches ferment the cider and perry, using fresh pressed (mostly hand picked and unsprayed) fruit with minimal intervention. We strive to “take what the fruit gives”, respecting the great heritage and traditions of the past but with an eye to innovating for the future.

 

Butford Organics

www.butfordorganics.co.uk

Cider has been made at Butford Farm for many a long year – one of our barns boasts a 300 year old cider mill. To carry on this heritage, Janet and Martin Harris planted their first fruit trees in 2000 – a millennium orchard of cider and dessert apples, perry pears, plums and walnut trees which is now in full production.

We make a full range of ciders and perries from still draught to sparkling bottle conditioned as well as named variety apple juices. We do every part of the production process here at the Farm thus ensuring quality control from harvesting to relaxing with that satisfying glass of cider.