Cider house rules for Her Majesty

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Bridge Farm Cider this week presented its limited edition Jubilee cider to the Queen herself.

The West Country cider producer is celebrating its 25th anniversary this year and has produced 6,000 bottles of limited edition ‘Dorgis’ cider - named after the Queen’s dogs, a cross-breed of Dachshund and Corgi.

“This is a celebration in a number of ways,” said owner Nigel Stewart. “Her Majesty’s visit ties in with our own milestone celebration. Everything seems to have aligned for us.”

Pictures appear courtesy of the Western Gazette

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  • Arise Sir Nigel of East Chinnock!

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