Wednesday 29 July 2009

Welsh Cider Invades France

It will be 'Happy Daze' on the Brittany Coast next week as Gwynt Y Ddraig, the award-winning Welsh Cider and Perry company have sent some of their products over to the 39th Festival Interceltique de Lorient in Brittany. Along with beers from Felinfoel Brewery, festival goers will have the chance of Happy Daze and Old Timer Ciders, as well as Two Trees and Malvern Hills Perry. The Welsh Assembly Government are supporting the Welsh prescence at the festival this year and there will be a number of Welsh bands appearing.
Heritage Minister Alun Ffred Jones said: "I wish performers and artists from Wales all the best at this year’s Lorient Inter-Celtic festival. This is a great opportunity for them to show their talents to a wide-ranging audience and will hopefully give festival visitors a taste of what Wales is all about so that they come and see our beautiful country for themselves."

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