Bilpin Non Alcoholic Apple Cider, 330ml Bottle
“Bilpin Non Alcoholic Cider is made using only freshly crushed apples – Granny Smiths, Pink Lady and Red Delicious apples. This is the juice of Bilpin Original prior to ferment. There is no added sugar and it is gluten free. Retaining all of the sweetness of the crushed fruit, this product delivers a taste that will not disappoint.”
Bilpin Non Alcoholic Apple & Ginger Cider, 330ml Bottle
Bilpin’s Granny Smiths, Pink Lady and Red Delicious apples are the base of this product. Thety have blended this fruit with freshly crushed ginger juice that has combined to deliver a spicy, peppery, lemony and somewhat sweet flavour, all combining into a distinctive ginger zing.
Bilpin Non Alcoholic Apple & Raspberry Cider, 330ml Bottle
Made using freshly crushed Granny Smith, Pink Lady and Red Delicious Apples, the addition of raspberry has delivered a slight tartness that helps sedate the overall general sweetness of the juice.
Bilpin Non Alcoholic Apple Lemon, 330ml Bottle
This blend of freshly crushed Australian apples and lemons delivers a thirst quenching zing of lemons balanced by freshly crushed Granny Smith and Pink Lady apples.
Bilpin Cider Company is based in Bilpin, a small town on the historic Bells Line of Road, in the Blue Mountains, 93 km west of Sydney. Bilpin Cider Co was formed by Sean Prendergast in 2011. Sean has worked for 20 years in the food and beverage industry where he held senior sales and marketing roles with Heinz, Foster’s and AB-Inbev. He is also the Managing Director of Thirsty Thursday Beverages. Sean, his wife Skye and their daughter Sofia live on their farm in Bilpin.
DID YOU KNOW?
Bilpin was discovered in 1823 by nineteen year old Archibald Bell as a secondary pass through the Blue Mountains. The area’s fertile soil, mountain elevation and agreeable climate very quickly attracted settlers. These geographical, metrological and agricultural factors all combine to create the perfect fruit-growing environment. Bilpin was soon established as the premium fruit orchard of Australia.