WHAT IS CUSTARD & CO CIDER MADE OF?
Apples - what else?!
Ok, so we do find ourselves making the odd pear cider now and again!
We occasionally have a bit of fun with some limited release ciders which might include throwing in some honey, native botanicals, hops and a whole lotta ruckus.
WHY DOES CUSTARD & CO CIDER TASTE SO DIFFERENT TO OTHER CIDERS?
Custard & Co ciders don't contain ANY concentrates or flavouring - what you're tasting is the real, honest fruit that was used! That can vary from batch to batch, as the produce we're crushing changes slightly from season to season - if the apples are quite crisp and tart tasting, so will the cider be! That's part of what we love about our process - those subtle differences.
WHAT DO YOU MEAN WHEN YOU SAY IT'S WILD YEAST FERMENTED?
When apples grow on trees they build up a layer of natural yeast on the skin. To start the process we juice the apples keeping the wild yeast in the juice which then starts to eat away at the sugars converting them to alcohol. This is the most natural way of fermenting fruit, and why our cider tastes like proper apples.
IS YOUR CIDER GLUTEN FREE?
Yes, Custard & Co is gluten free.
IS YOUR CIDER VEGAN FRIENDLY?
Yes, Custard & Co is a vegan friendly product.
DO YOU USE PESTICIDES ON YOUR FRUIT?
We source our produce from local farmers/growers where we know there has been no or minimal use of sprays/sulphites.
HOW DO I ORDER WHOLESALE?
Our amazing team can help you out with wholesale - find their contact details here.
WHERE CAN I BUY CUSTARD & CO CIDER?
There are so many great bars, pubs, restaurants and bottle shops stocking Custard & Co ciders - you can find a list of our retail stockists here, or check out our Facebook or Instagram for day to day info about where to find Custard, special events or collaborations.
DO YOU EVER SPONSOR EVENTS?
We've had the opportunity to partner with some pretty amazing events both locally and nationally, and we're always happy to hear your pitch for beverage sponsorship! Drop a line to firstname.lastname@example.org, and be sure to clearly outline your event and proposal - we'll get back to you as soon as we're able.