Tour and tasting
Tour and tasting
Our popular 'tour and tasting' runs during the Summer months from April- September.
This is your chance to learn all about the work going into creating our museum orchard, the creatures that inhabit it as well as all about how the cider is made. After admiring the amazing view of the Black Mountains at the top of the hill and having a look at the fermentation rooms you will also get to enjoy a small glass of three different ciders, whilst sat in the permaculture garden during which we will personally talk you through how we created them.
The tour and tasting lasts around 1.5 hours.
Can't see a time that suits you? Get in touch and we'll do our best to help!
For groups of over 10 people, please email or phone us to make a booking and for information on group discounts.
Any paying adult who arrives for their tour without the use of fossil fuels will be gifted either an Artistraw 'shrew' glass or alternatively a hand printed organic tote bag. We are reachable by foot via the Wye Valley Walk- a beautiful stroll direcly across the fields from Hay on Wye that takes around 40mins.
Please note, our bottle shop is open all year round and is free to visit! Please give us a buzz or drop us an email to arrange an appointment so that we can make sure we are here to welcome you on 01497 831366 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Are under 18s allowed?
Under 18s are welcome on the tour free of charge, but will not be able to partake in the cider tasting.
Can I bring my dog?
Well behaved dogs on leads are welcome although be aware that we have free range chickens in the orchard and two inquisitve kittens!