Tardebigge Cider

Features

  • Tours Tours
  • Wheelchair Access Wheelchair Access
  • Dog Friendly Dog Friendly
  • Public Transport within 5 miles Public Transport within 5 miles
  • Harvest Days Harvest Days
  • Eco Initiatives Eco Initiatives

Tour details

Group tours

Talks and tutored tastings with food are available by prior arrangement.
minimum age: 14

Shop

sells Tardebigge cider, perry & vinegar

Wheelchair access

Orchard, barn, press; NB steep slopes

Dogs on site

Public Transport

Train & Bus: Bromsgrove, 1.5 miles 

Course details

Tardebigge runs cider making courses.

Opening times

All year, including Bank Holidays. Call before to confirm.

Harvest

Apple picking on offer

Prices

Charges vary depending on tour and catering arrangements.

Get in Touch

Tel: 01527 877946
Email:
tardebiggecider@btinternet.com
www.tardebiggecider.com

Tardebigge Cider
Tutnall
Bromsgrove
Worcestershire
B60 1NB
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Steve and Christine Cooper only use traditional cider apples and perry pears. They planted their trees in the mid-1990s and ciders and perries made their first appearance in 1999. The Coopers are happy to welcome group visits by prior arrangement.

Located near the popular Birmingham to Worcester canal, the flight of locks which bears the same name is the longest in the country.

Silverware

  • Tardebigge Medium Cider – Winner, 2008 CAMRA South Down Festival

Eco-friendly initiatives

  • The Coopers installed a reed bed to cleanse and filter their waste water.

Community

Tardebigge supports the Dogs Trust, Barnardos & BLEMSA

Trade bodies

Three Counties Cider & Perry Association

Fuller review to come following visit