This July, in the depths of darkness and on the chilliest of days, festivalgoers will join in waking up winter when the Huon Valley Mid-Winter Festival kicks off on Friday 13th July.
A succession of creative collaborations between brewers and distillers continues to blur the lines between spirits and beer.
One of the world’s most famous varieties of cider apple is being showcased by Tasmanian producer Willie Smith’s in its latest limited-edition offering.
Willie Smith’s has won the trophy for Best Traditional English Cider at a European awards competition.
A new cider from Tasmanian producer Willie Smith’s is likely to be the widest distributed Australian cider made using cider apples.
Willie Smith’s is supporting World Cider Day by offering $5 schooners at venues across Australia.
A big crowd is expected at Willie Smith’s Apple Shed in July for the fourth Huon Valley Mid-Winter Festival.
Willie Smith’s latest release is an apple cider made solely from British cider apple varieties that have been grown locally in Tasmania.
Willie Smith’s draws in French inspiration to create new Apple Brandy…
Willie Smith’s Sturmtrooper cider has Sturmer Pippin apples at the fore, with 17 supporting varieties.