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Our story began at Glastonbury Festival in 1995. We'll see you at the B-Bar near the West Holts Stage.


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We are Matthew, Jonathan, Francis and Daniel.

For 14 generations our family has always strived to make light, refreshing ciders using a variety of fruit. We are trailblazers of fruit cider and creators of curiously wonderful flavours.

Showerings Cider making family history in Shepton Mallet


We have been making cider since 1658. This is the first documented evidence of Gabriel Showering, our uncle 14 generations back, taking his cider around the public houses of Shepton Mallet, Wells and Glastonbury.

In 1842 we opened our first pub, The Kings Arms in Shepton Mallet. It was hard work but luckily our ancestors were not shirkers, so we opened more pubs, like the unusually named Black Swan, also in Shepton Mallet.

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