Brady’s Lookout Cider


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The only Tasmanian cider mill devoted to using the methode traditionelle to make sparkling ciders of exceptional quality and – drinkability!

Caro and Chris Brown have studied the science of cider making extensively overseas, in the cider producing regions of Germany, France and England. Caro hails from proud Tasmanian apple growing stock herself, having grown up in an orchard property in the Huon Valley. Since moving onto their property in the West Tamar, Caro and Chris have transformed the former pear and walnut orchard, planting heritage apples for culinary uses and cider.

You will be one of the first people to visit their new processing facility and cellar door. Caro and Chris will be on hand to give talks on cider making and offer tastings and sales of their delicious sparkling ciderFor a more in depth look around the orchard you can purchase a prebooked tour ($5). These will take place at 10am12 noon and 2pm each day. 45 mins in duration.

Tasmanian Natural Garlic & Tomatoes will also have a stall onsite during Saturday afternoon and Sunday.

BYO picnic in the orchard.

 

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