A Cider Festival in a Castle…
Not such a strange concept, when you consider there are references to cider drinking back in medieval times. It was considered a much better option to drink than the often dirty water. And really, the fundamental methods of making a craft cider, or even perry, haven’t changed much in the hundreds of years passed.
A small town in Monmouthshire, south east Wales. It’s not far over the border, just ten minutes off the M4 motorway, and with good rail and bus links.