Nationally, as a general principle, we will align our May campaigning with Key Campaign 3 (encourage more people to try a range of real ales, cider and perries), and our October campaigning with Key Campaign 4 (raise the profile of pub-going and increase the number of people using pubs regularly). Although branches can decide what theme they adopt for cider and perry campaigning in October, our suggestion is that pubs are promoted in some way during this campaign.
October also includes Apple Day (21st October) which was launched in 1990 by Common Ground (http://commonground.org.uk). It is the time when cider producers are pressing their apples so is an ideal opportunity to see how real cider and perry is made
Liverpool and Districts has a variety of pubs selling Cider. For a complete list see our Cider Outlets Page. We also have a Cider Map for you to complete your own Cider pub crawl.
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