Thirsty for new products?

If you’re thirsty for something new, we’ve got just what you need – whether you’d prefer something soft, or a little stronger! 😉 There’s a whole range of beverage exhibitors for you at the show – whether your tipple is cider, beer, wine, spirits, soft drinks, tea or coffee!  Here’s just 5 of them:

Aston Manor
From Orchard to Glass, Aston Manor Cider is the UK’s largest independent cider maker. They are 100% family owned with an ethos to deliver only the finest products. They aim to create the highest quality products and  provide excellent customer service through outstanding people and continuous investment in manufacturing capability. They take pride in crafting a range of ciders to suit every taste.  Aston Manor’s ciders come in plastic, glass and can, across various sizes to suit all occasions. (Stand G10).

Bewdley Brewery Limited
Established in 2008, they produce five draught ales and somewhere in the region of twelve bottled beers. They use the very best raw materials to produce quality beers of varying strengths, colours and most importantly taste. Only four ingredients are used in the making of the beer: English malted barley, water, carefully blended hops from Worcestershire and beyond, and yeast. Their delivery areas are Worcestershire, South/Mid Shropshire, Herefordshire, Warwickshire, North Gloucestershire and the Black Country. (Stand A5).

Fentimans
Fentimans make the original and best botanically brewed drinks in the world. Botanical brewing is a time-honoured technique of making superior quality beverages using a combination of infusion, skillful blending and fermentation of natural ingredients. Over 100 years after Thomas Fentimans started brewing botanical drinks the business is still in the family, with the knowledge and expertise being passed on from generation to generation, with Fentimans now owned by his great grandson. They continue to make their delicious natural beverages using the multi-stage botanical brewing technique, but their processes have been updated and their beverages are now carbonated before being filled and pasteurised to extend the product shelf life. The one thing that has not changed is the superior quality and unsurpassed taste of their drinks. (Stand D4).

Hoogly Tea
An independent tea company based in Brighton, Hoogly Tea was launched in 2016 by tea enthusiast Tina Gloggengieser. Their mission is to spread the simple joy of Danish Hygge through their indulgent, comforting teas, made with real luxury ingredients. Hygge is an experience; a year-round feeling of warmth, wellbeing and cosiness, whether at a barbecue, chatting with friends around the fire, or soaking in a bath. Hoogly is the pronunciation of ‘hyggelig,’ the adjective of Hygge, and they invite you to have a hoogly time drinking one of their delicious brews. Be seduced by this wonderfully relaxing Danish way of life. All their loose tea blends are packed in fully biodegradable tea pyramids. (Stand A8).

The Tipsy Tart
The Tipsy Tart is a small family run company producing fabulous fruity, funky and fun infused liqueurs where they strive to be different and stand out from the crowd. The Tipsy Tart became a reality in 2013 after a fabulous dream of making and selling liqueurs, after much praise from family and friends for Christmas liqueurs given as gifts. Their daily ethos is high standard for every bottle of liqueurs they sell and that positivity, fun and laughter are part of every day, every market and every show they attend. They are an award-winning company having won ‘Best Alcoholic Beverage’ from Heart of England Fine Foods for their white chocolate, caramel and dark chocolate vodka, and won their second award from Alcester Food and Drink for their White Chocolate Vodka. (Stand G6).

With the show now only six weeks away, and the exhibitor list filling up fast, are there any other drinks producers you’d like to see at the show? Tell us who in the comments and we’ll see what the team can do!

 

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