Whats The Plan?
Lets enjoy the outdoors again!
Back for another year by popular demand! Rock up with your besties, and savour some of the best food and drink that our countryside can produce in the wonderful rural setting of a working farm in Berkshire . . . quaff that cider, slaver over that sausage & baby wipe up that tomato sauce!
Chill out to some great vinyl vibes, listen to some cool live music, put flowers in your hair, get the glitter out, and live with the Facebook pics for the next year!
If cider is not your ‘tasse de thé’ we have an entire plethora of other offerings to take your fancy – Pimms Bar, Prosecco, Real Ale and unusual Gins.
We won’t get into the history or provenance of either cider or sausages, less contentious issues have triggered the most vicious debates in culinary circles - but we can tell you this – whatever France and their ‘Sidre’ have to say, us Brits are the largest consumers of cider, and almost 60% of the apples grown in this country go to make it, and we love it!
So come and join us, Sausage N’ Cider on the Farm SATURDAY 27th May 2023
PLOTS & YOUR BOOKING
Space For You To Relax In
After you have purchased your ticket you get the opportunity to upgrade your order by including a Gazebo Plot or Tables and Chairs, OR BOTH!
A Table & Chairs selection comes with a sturdy plastic table and up to 6 garden chairs.
A Gazebo plot selection allows you to erect your own (max 3m x 3m) gazebo and will be located towards the perimeter of the arena.
Onsite parking is available for £5 per car. Cars can be left overnight but must be collected between 11am and 4pm the following day. The parking is located in the adjacent field, with disabled parking closest to the festival gate.
Please note that the ground is of uneven surface!
Have a look at our FAQ tab for more information, do’s and don’t’s, and contact the organiser if you have any questions that you can’t see covered. We are here to help.
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Where do we start?
Lincolnshire, Gloucestershire, Pork & Apple, Vegetarian, Butifarra, Botifarra, Frankfurter, Bratwurst, the Hot Dog, or even that culinary challenge, the Andouille – we all have our favorites. Closer to home we have the Home Farm, where even our very own Royal Family serve and sell the best of British sausages to voyagers from near and far . . . we can’t get enough of them
The provenance of the sausage is hotly contested, but it seems to us that chopping up some of the tastiest parts of the meat, packaging it in its very own tube, and sticking it on a stick in the campfire must have kept some of the hungriest Neanderthals happy...
We will be serving an abundance of sausages of all varieties, and of course, if sausages just aren’t your thing, we have all sorts of other tasty street food available, including vegetarian and sweet treats
What are you waiting for?
Its all about the
Its all about the
We need a suit of armour to discuss this one! The topic of cider is fraught with argument over which is best, and where it comes from originally.
We can tell you this – originally, apples were sour, not to be eaten directly off the tree, so someone had the great idea of fermenting them. Real cider making is an art, a craft, and a skill developed over many generations, and pukka cider makers have good reason to be disparaging the commercial ciders who borrow the moniker.
Real/proper cider or Perry (my personal favourite and referring to pears and not apples being the fruit of choice)
Come and talk about your love of cider to some of the people who really know their apples, and who have chosen some of their favourites for you to tipple.
And of course . . if cider is not your thing, or if you love it, but seek variety in your life (!) we have a greatly extended bar offering, commensurate with a great British outdoor summer party
What are you waiting for?
SOME OF OUR CIDERS
Rasing a glass to apples!
Gwynt of Wales. Two Trees 4.5% abv
2015 Champion Perry of Britain – a pale, fruity perry with an aroma of fruit and a hint of honey on the palate.
Lilleys of Somerset. Apples and Pears 5.2% ABV
Made from 88% pear and 12% apple. Sweet in flavour with a mouth-watering almost exotic taste.
Seacider. Rhubarb Infused 4% ABV
Made from locally grown fruit. Pressed to create a juicy burst with tons of refreshing flavour!
Thistly Cross. Whiskey Cask Cider 6.9%
Matured in whisky casks this is a dry and subtle cider. Infused with mellow, vanilla oak of the cask.
Celtic Marches. Lily The Pink 4.5%
Fruity medium sweet cider with a gorgeous delicate hue. Lily has an intense fruity nose and is gently sweet on the palate; a subtle balance of fresh cider apple, candy apple sweetness and light body
Tutts Clump. Traditional Farmhouse 6%
This Crisp refreshing Eastern Counties style Cider may be enjoyed on any occasion. Made from 100% juice with no added water.
Tutts Clump. Berkshire Diamond 4.5%
This medium/dry Real Cider is handmade in the heart of the Royal County of Berkshire blended from a variety of fresh hand picked apples.
Tutts Clump. Dark Fruit 4%
This medium/sweet Real Cider is lovingly crafted in West Berkshire from a blend of apples before being infused with real juice from the fruits of the forest.
DINNER IS SERVED
A Delicious Variety Of Food Available, Not Just Sausages
Obviously, there will be sausages, lots of sausages at the event. We will be hosting some fantastic food stalls that will be offering a wide range of different sausages for you to enjoy!
But if you are not one for munching on a sausage then don't worry! We have handpicked a selection of other fantastic local food vendors to cater to your different tastes throughout the day. These will include BBQ, ice cream, sweet treats, and more! Vegetarian options will be available.
We pride ourselves on using local businesses for our events.
Another great reason to come and join the fun!
ENTERTAINMENT ON THE DAY
#Let The Music Play
No event would be complete without some music!
We will have DJs playing some cool summer vibes as well as some great sets from a range of fantastic bands playing originals and some well-known classics in the background to spice up the day. Live on stage throughout the day are: