Oliver's Cider and Perry

Oliver's Cider and Perry

Oliver's Cider and Perry are at the cutting edge of modern cider and have gained a reputation for taking the great traditions of Herefordshire West Country cider making and giving it a very tasty and progressive interpretation .

Oliver's make a selection of fine Herefordshire ciders and perries with an emphasis on "balance" and  "character" coupled with "drinkability".
Based around the spontaneous ferment of selected varieties of cider apple and perry pear from fruit grown in Herefordshire.

Blends and Single Varietals, Collaborations with Brewers and International Cider makers always make the bottle selection varied and interesting. Our barrel rooms are in the old hop kilns and the old hop shed is where we press and ferment our cider and perry.

Oliver's is a very small team, so opening hours are limited but tours and tasting can be booked in advance. Based on a working family farm where we rear Hereford cattle and Texel sheep, grow lots of grass, as well as the small orchards where we preserve  some 30 perry pear varietals and 50 cider varietals. We are surrounded by the wonderful orchards of Herefordshire and The Three Counties and Welsh Marches.

Hours

Saturdays 11-3 pm Easter to Christmas
Closed January,
Limited hours in February and March 11-1pm.
Always check on the website for current hours.
  • Welcomes

    • Children welcome
    • Coach parties
    • Dogs welcome
    • Free entry
    • Accepts groups
    • Corporate hospitality
  • Accessibility

    • Disabled access
    • Disabled facilities
  • Parking

    • Free parking
    • Private parking
  • Facilities

    • Free Wi-Fi
    • Gift shop
    • Public toilets
  • Special Features

    • Rural location
Oliver's Cider and Perry

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Directions & Parking

Map pin Moorhouse Farm
Ocle Pychard
Hereford
Herefordshire
HR1 3QZ
Oliver's Cider and Perry, Moorhouse Farm, Ocle Pychard, Herefordshire
HR1 3QZ

Oliver’s CiderHouse is just off Burley Gate roundabout where the A417 Leominster to Gloucester Road crosses the A465 Hereford to Bromyard Road, head towards Newtown Crossroads (Gloucester) and Oliver’s is first on the RHS.

This is a working farm so please drive carefully and wear sensible clothing.

Caring For The Planet

There is no waste from our cider making process, all is recycled, composted or spread on the land.
All glass packaging is recyclable as is our keg and box packaging.
We strive to "take what the fruit gives", respecting the great heritage and traditions of the past but with an eye to innovating for the future.
All the while respecting the health, safety and well being of our customers, consumers, employees, the earth's natural resources and the environment.
  • Composting
  • Recycling (>75% of all waste)

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The Herefordshire Pomona Book on display in the Cider Museum, Hereford.