Premium Cider Made In Herefordshire

History Of Colcombe House Cider

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Roaring Rocks Cider

Roaring Rocks

Limited Edition
willie gunn & mischief

The Willie Gunn

& Mischief On The River

The Rouge

With Rhubarb & Strawberry
new catch draft Cider

New Catch Draft

Also In A Can
Charlie Number 6

Charlie Number 6

Our Festival Cider
Kier Roger with a box of Charlie Number 6

"Every cider we make is made from our high quality apples all grown on the Colcombe House Estate in Herefordshire."

Kier Rogers


The Colcombe House Apple orchards have been part of our history since 1927, when the first apple orchards came into maturity.

The Rogers family have been nurturing apple orchards for over 20 years, growing high quality apples for the cider industry.

“Colcombe House Estate grows quite a few apples, enough to sink a ship in fact, so part of the business is selling these high quality apples to other commercial cider makers. However, unlike commercial cider makers, Colcombe House Ciders do not include anything other than apple juice to make crisp and fresh ciders.”

The blend

In 2012, we started blending apple varieties with the aim to  create artisan cider for the more astute cider drinker.

By only selecting the finest apples from our orchards we are able to produce our wonderful Premium, Craft ‘Single Estate’ Ciders.

The quality of our cider isn’t by chance we have worked hour after hour, day after day mixing, fermenting and tasting, then recording. 

In the summer of 2013  we released our first cider; Roaring Rocks, a limited edition premium cider which sold out by the Autumn! We then went from strength to strength producing craft cider for all occasions. See more details on all our craft cider products

Little did Charlie know...

that on the 4th April 1916 when he caught 6 salmon he would be the inspiration
behind one of Colcombe House's Premium ciders.