If you’ve made it to here, there is a chance that you may be drinking one or you are just about to drink a Foxhay English Cider.

It’s a refreshing drink for any time of year – with good apple flavour, some sweetness, some dryness and a light sparkle. Best served cold. It is made in the English style using traditional methods and a few modern twists.

The cider has been made and bottled in the village of Rampton near Cambridge. You can read more about it here.

The new vintage from the 2022 apple harvest has just been released. The 2022 vintage repeats the popular medium dry, fruity profile of Foxhay from previous years and has fermented out to a hearty 5.4% abv. There is a range of apples gone into the harvest including local Lord Lambourn, Russets, Bramley, Thoday’s Quarrenden plus traditional base notes from Yarlington Mill and Tremlett’s Bitter.

Each bottle is individually batch marked – there are only 5000 bottles in total so if you have one of them, we recommend that you drink it yourself….


For all enquiries please email – info@cideryear.com

Thanks! – to the locals who gave apples from their farms and gardens – some bottles are on their way to you. Thanks also to The Black Horse pub in Rampton for being the first to offer it and thanks to my good friends in the village for their help in the making of this cider.