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The Cider Wagon:
A unique, eye catching attraction for any event.

Offering traditional Ciders & Perrys from Wales, ‘The Cider Wagon’ is available to bring that added something to any gathering. A fully licensed bar for events, festivals, parties and fetes across the UK.  The Cider Wagon brings something different and memorable to that special occassion.

We operate in a flexible way in and fit in with your requirements. Maybe you are organising a food festival that needs something a bit more traditional or quirky than your usgual set up and go bars. Or if you are having a private party and want someone to look after the drinks for you. Get in touch with The Cider Wagon and we will help find a solution.

  • Motor sport rallies & events
  • Private bookings
  • Themed festivals
  • Music & concerts
  • Twmpaths
  • Fetes
  • Horse Racing
  • Football & Rugby tournaments
  • etc.

Get in touch with The Cider Wagon

Or you can contact us on:

T: 07983 751269

E: info@theciderwagon.com

Our famous Ciders and Perry

The Cider Wagon offers a mixture of our own blended and locally sourced Ciders and Perrys. Depending on supplies you will always find a single variety and selection of dry, medium and sweet drinks to quench your thirst on those long hot summer days. Come and try some tasters:

Our regular drinks include:

  • Scrumping Monkey
  • Oak Cask
  • Bow Legs
  • Langley’s Ghost
  • Ty Bryn
  • Single Variety Perry
  • Apple Juice

The list is changeable and depends on availability.

Make cider. It’s fun, easy and an activity for all the family.

It really is an adventure, finding suitable trees, getting permission to pick (or pank: the technical term), washing, chipping and pressing your fruit, and then fermenting and of course drinking.

There are many recipes out there, and many traditional ways. You can also make your own apple juice and there are loads of links, groups and organisations to help you. You will find many of their links of our dedicated links page. If you want your organisation to feature there, then just let us know.

But to get you going, here is a simple to follow cider recipe:

  • Get some apples (there are loads out there)
  • Wash them
  • Chip them up
  • Press them to get the juice
  • Put all the juice in a barrel (a clean one, plastic or wooden) with a loose fitting lid or an air lock
  • Leave for a few weeks
  • Drink

And that is it.

Simple. Now go ceck out some of the links and get experimenting. Of course you could save all the hard work and buy some great cider from The Cider Wagon. Get in touch to find out how!


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Building The Cider Wagon

The Cider Wagon was hand crafted by it’s proprietor and chief architect, Andrew Sparks. When you see The Cider Wagon at an event, be sure to ask Andrew about the techniques employed to build the unique and eye catching bar.