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The Story Behind Rich’s Cider Farm

Traditional Cider made in Somerset since 1954!

There have been many changes since Gordon Rich started pressing cider apples at Mill Farm, although essentially the production of the juice is still traditional. Rich’s Cider Farm was first established in 1954.

They are a family run business producing traditional farmhouse cider and farm pressed apple juice, with locally harvested Somerset apples.

The Restaurant

The Cider farm is a traditional working farm where you can visit and sample all their cider’s, before you buy. They also have a seventy seat restaurant that serves fresh locally produced, fresh home cooked food daily, and caters for Vegetarian and food allergies. Their Restaurant holds a 4.5 star rating on trip advisor.

Visit Rich’s Cider Farm where they serve you locally produced, freshly cooked food, daily in their ‘open plan’ kitchen. Here you can watch their cooks busy baking homemade cakes, desserts, pies and all their daily roasts & specials. As supporters of local farmers and producers, they aim to provide you with a ‘True Taste of Somerset’.

Visit Their Farm

Rich’s Cider won an award from Sedgemoor County Council, in recognition of their accomplishments regarding disability access: The whole site is Disabled friendly, including the shop, restaurant and toilet facilities.

While their traditional way of producing Cider has stayed largely the same, here on the farm there have been many changes.

Visit their farm to see them pressing apples in the autumn, have free samples at their farm shop and maybe stop for a bite to eat in their newly refurbished restaurant.

There is plenty here to enjoy all year round!

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