In a nutshell: Dry and refreshing low alcohol cider from Hogan's of Warwickshire.
The lowdown: A light, refreshing and gently sparkling low alcohol cider which is no less authentically fresh pressed than any of Hogan's other ciders, just easier on the inebriating qualities. As always, its the tannins that make for a deliciously moreish tipple.
In 1985 Allen Hogan was introduced to the art of making cider from locally harvested apples at his base near Alcester in Warwickshire.
It wasn't until the mid 2000s though that he started taking his cider to Stratford Farmer's market which started them out on the road to where they are today. They now produce a much wider range of authentic, fresh pressed ciders and perry from a many different varieties that will suit the tastes of anyone who loves properly made cider.