It's that time of year again when the hard-pressed cidermakers of Wales gather for the annual competition and festival in the grounds of the Clytha Arms in Monmouthshire.
|From Brew Wales|
The festival opens this Friday (28th) and continues throughout the weekend with live bands on to entertain the drinkers. with around 40 different makers producing many different ciders and perries it should turn out to be a very enjoyable weekend.
Brew Wales will be there on Saturday morning judging the ciders and perries and hopefully will not be to tired by the afternoon.The judging is on a blind tasting so there is no way I might be biased towards Llanblethian Orchards Cider or Seidr Dai, both of which I helped to make last autumn.
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The Clytha Arms can be reached by public transport, the Number 83 bus from Abergavenny-Raglan-Monmouth passes to the rear of the pub and the return service Monmouth-Raglan-Abergavenny stops outside at 1840, NB that is the last bus!