Biochemist Brewery ciders are bright, sharp and very refreshing. Most finish dry with high carbonation, becoming the apple cousin of a Brut Champagne.

When you buy my cider, you are sampling a unique snapshot in time, unlikely to ever be repeated. This is because I rely on the seasonal availability of apples in the local area which varies year-on-year. Every autumn I scramble to collect and juice as many apples as possible. If you have surplus apples or pears, or any other fruits from your garden, I'd love to hear from you! 

In 2021, we upgraded from a kitchen masticating juicer to a scratter and press and made our first wild-fermented batch with Laxton apples. Look out for the release of this wild ferment in 2022, as well as a batch made exclusively with apples from Red Lodge.

My ciders may not always appear at market events because the batches are very small - most of the stock will go private orders in my area. Get in touch if you would like to place an order.

Like our beers, all of our ciders are unfiltered, unfined, unpasteurised and vegan-friendly. They are also free of added sulphites.

 
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On the hunt for crabs!

Rachel and I took a bike-ride in October, stocking up while we could.

If you're local and have surplus fruit from your garden we'd love to hear from you! Crab apples can be especially useful to blend with juice from ordinary eating apples.