Aston Manor Cider have once again been recognised internationally for the quality of its cider.
The cider producer achieved a record number of medals at the highly prestigious International Cider Challenge.
Knights Malvern Gold was awarded a Gold Medal for product quality as well as being highly commended. In addition Knights Malvern Oak won a Silver Medal for product quality.
The recent re-design of Knight Malvern Gold was also recognised with a Bronze Medal for Design and Packaging.
Friels First Pressed Vintage took two Bronze awards for both its striking retro design and refreshingly sweet and fruity taste.
Mainstream brand Kingstone Press added to an impressive record of award-wins with a Bronze for Kingstone Press Classic Apple in the product quality category.
Gordon Johncox, managing director of Aston Manor Cider, said: "We are delighted with further recognition for the quality of our products.
“We will continue to invest in our portfolio and are dedicated to producing the very best cider be it mainstream, premium or value.”
Following a highly-successful 2016, where the cider-maker won 17 awards, these new accolades join Gold Silver medals from the International Cider Awards in what is shaping up to be a truly award-winning 2017.
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