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Our cider is not made from concentrate, only the finest cider apples carefully sourced from the best growers.

We are a multi award winning craft cider company founded in the Monnow Valley in Monmouthshire by cider apple grower and acclaimed fruit farmer James McConnel in 2007. Our cider has quickly gained an outstanding reputation and today we are one of the foremost craft cider producers in the country. Our cider is sold in many of the UK’s leading restaurants and gastropubs and in Waitrose, who deemed Ty Gwyn the perfect cider for their ‘local produce scheme’. At time of writing our cider is sold in three Michelin starred restaurants.

Our new cider shop is now open at
Pen y Lan farm, Pontrilas HR2 0DL, selling all our ciders and a perry as well as other local products. Take the turning for Rowlestone off the main A465 Hereford/Abergavenny road, by the builders merchants. Proceed uphill towards Rowlestone for about 300m and we are the first farm on the left at the top of the hill.
Please call us on 07976 277 268 before setting off as we are still very much in the process of getting the shop up and running


Ty Gwyn Cider Ltd
Pen-Y-Lan Farm
Phone: 01981 241181 07976 277268
Food Hygiene Rating 5
Walking path nearby Working farm Credit cards accepted Pets accepted by arrangement Groups welcome Seasonal opening
Our visitors say:
We’re proud to be a major player in the burgeoning UK craft cider scene. Recognising this was highly respected Beer and Cider writer Pete Brown, who persuaded the BBC to do a food programme special on the real cider movement. Ty Gwyn were heavily featured. Pete also gave us sterling write ups in his books ‘World’s Best Cider’ and ‘The Guide to Welsh Cider and Perry’.
Other accolades have come from wine expert Oz Clarke who has supported us since the beginning and star of TVs ‘The Hotel Inspectors’ Alex Polizzi who said in her ‘Little Black Book of Hotels’ that “you’ll be hard pushed to find a tastier cider than Ty Gwyn”.
Other supporters have included TV presenters Kate Humble and Jenni Crane and top chefs Angela Hartnett, Stephen Terry, Simon King, Shaun Hill and Valentine Warner.

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