Our next drop-off day is the 26th September at our cidery on Acre Street, Lindley. If this is inconvient please get in contact.
Don't pick your fruit too early, as we'll have subsequent events.r Ou
We'd Love Your Unwanted Apples & Pears
We make our cider and perry using locally donated and picked fruit, so we rely on you. We take all apples and pears, as long as they are ripe, in good condition (spotty and bruised is fine, but mouldy and broken is right out), and relatively clean. They needn't be washed but not caked in mud.
You can bring fruit to one of our dedicated drop-off events, where we will exchange it for cider there and then (1 bottle per 10kg), or I can collect or pick for 1 bottle per 25kg, delivered next summer.
About 'Udders Orchard Cider
'Udders Orchard Cider was established in 2008 when I pressed a few apples picked from the side of the road , in a small press bought on Ebay. Each year from then on we picked unwanted apples and pears from the gardens of Huddersfield. We were invited , of course. This fruit was then milled and pressed in our garden and fermented in the cellar. 12 years on and we're now on our fourth and much larger press as we have upscaled to a small commercial operation in premises.
We sell our award-winning cider to quality drinking establishments throughout the North of England, at Farmer's Markets and events in West Yorkshire, and at our own monthly openings at our Taproom in Lindley. We also home deliver, please get in touch for our next licensed delivery times!
The Cidery is not open to the public but you can get hold of me on the phone 9 til 5 each day or anytime via email.
70a Acre St, Lindley, Huddersfield HD3 3EL, UK