As the summer season draws to a close, it’s time to put your creative skills to the test.
This year’s batch of cider competitions in France, England, Germany and Wales have been a blast and a great opportunity to share some of your own cider recipes with the world.
Here are some of the recipes you might want to try if you fancy making a batch of your favourite summertime beverage, or if you’re keen to share a special treat.
These are some amazing and creative recipes that we’ve spotted at the competitions and from the cider makers themselves, so be sure to share them with us.
Cider competitions in the UKThis year’s competitions took place in the West Midlands and are taking place at two high schools, in Gloucestershire and in Lancashire.
You can check out more details on the Gloucesterhire and Lancashires competitions pages.
The first competition, in the Gloucestershire school, was run by a local cider maker, who set up the competition and then organised the cider competition, which saw a number of participants, including cider makers from across the UK, compete for a prize.
It’s a good chance to get a taste of what cider competitions are all about and get inspired to make some of yours.
The Gloucester school also organised the Gloumouth Cider Competition, which featured the winner of the Gloucerest cider competition from Gloucesington High School, and the winner from the Gloumont cider competition.
This competition featured cider makers with a range of cider brands including, Piedmont, and Bewkes, as well as a cider from Bewke’s Cider and Wines.
Corky’s cider competitionsThe Corky Cider competitions have been running in the west of England for the last few years and have had a big impact on cider competitions around the country.
This season, the Corky’s competition was hosted by the cider company, who teamed up with a local cobbler and then invited all of the participating cider makers to participate in a competition.
The Corkys cider competition is a great chance to see how cider competitions work and get a feel for how different cider styles work, while also getting a taste for what cider competition judges like to call “the real thing” (as in the real thing, the cider is made in a cider-making facility).
The Corkys competition is also a great way to learn about cider styles and taste samples from other cider makers.
The competitions have also helped to spread cider to a wider audience, with the Corkys competitions being held in many pubs across the country, and also in Bristol and Manchester, which is a really nice way to get some cider in to help out local pubs.
Cherry and cider competitionsCherry is the official brand of the Cherry and Cider Association (CCA) and is made from the fruit of the grape, cherry.
It is one of the oldest known varieties of cider in the world and is used in many traditional and modern recipes.
The CCA runs cider competitions across the West of England and also runs competitions in Birmingham and Newcastle.
This cider competition took place at the University of East Anglia and was run through the College of Agricultural Sciences at UEA.
This event saw a wide variety of cider makers participate in the cider competitions and was a great time to learn how cider was made.
The cider competition was organised by The College of Culinary Arts at UEC and featured cidermakers from across England and Wales.
The competition was won by a winner from Birmingham’s Cottage, and a number cider makers in Birmingham had to share their results with the CCA for publication in their local paper.
Coffee competitionsCoffees are traditionally used as a way of celebrating a special occasion and a way to spread the word about a cider, and this year’s cider competition in Wales was a fantastic way to do that.
The Welsh cider competition featured some of Wales’ most famous cider makers including, Simon Williams and Jack Brown.
The winner of this competition was Simon Williams, who had the pleasure of tasting a selection of cider from his cider cellar.
This cider competition involved cidermakers of all ages from all over Wales.
It was a really good chance for cider makers across the area to get their cider taste tested and to see what cider was good for them and for the community.
The winners of the Cardiff Cider competition also shared their cider recipes in the paper.
This was a big chance to find out what cider would taste like for a wider community and also to see the different types of cider available in Cardiff.
A cider competition for all agesThis year, the competition for the annual Cardiff Ciders competition was run in a pub in Cardiff called The Cider House, which was one of a number in the city to host cider competitions.
The competition was held in the bar’s cider cellar, which provided a perfect setting for a cider competition as there was a lot of cidery going on.
This helped to introduce cider competition