Independent retailer Jempson’s has added a range of locally brewed ciders to its own label range.
To celebrate its 80th anniversary, the retailer worked in collaboration with Turners Cider in Kent to produce a range of ciders made with 100% Kentish apples.
The four-strong range consists of medium, medium dry, elderflower and russet varieties, and is priced at an rsp of £2.99 or two for £5.50.
The ciders will join Jempson’s own label pale ale and premium bitter, which were created with Kent-based Old Dairy Brewery in March. The anniversary brews are branded “Jempson’s Local Hero” and are both priced at £2.40 or three for £6.
Jempson’s also has plans to add an own label wine range to its drinks portfolio in Easter next year.