Ascension Cider Webshop Launched

When the cans launched, we also launched a webshop.  This wasn’t something we had planned, but in order to get our cider out there and into the hands of our

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Ascension now has CANNED CIDER!

Canning has always been on our agenda, in fact we originally launched with a canned version of “Pilot”, but our distribution and name was not really well known enough for

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Waste to Taste Part Two: Finding Ascension

We’ve covered what kind of lives our apples have before we find them, but how do they get to us? We deal with apple “brokers” who find us apples from

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Cider Flavours and how we come up with them

Working with waste fruit has its benefits. We can usually get any kind of fruit that we desire, meaning that any idea that pops into our head can become reality

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How we come up with our cider names.

Inspiration can strike at any moment when it comes to naming ciders… My usual quandary when it comes to cider is having a great idea for a new blend, but

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Waste to Taste Part One: The Rejection

As you may or may not know, all of the apples we use have been rejected by supermarkets for being too big, too small, the wrong shade or red or

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Who We Are, What We Do.

At Ascension Cider Co. we make a range of great tasting artisan ciders including core apple ciders of differing strengths including Pilot, plus speciality flavours and limited edition ciders that

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Possibility, Press, Pub

From Idea to the Bar. One of the reasons our cider tastes so good, is the constant blending and experimentation that goes into every batch. Pilot, Mothership, Sussex Dabinett and

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