The Normans probably introduced their favourite cider apple varieties into East Anglia to help slake their thirsts

Norfolk Dry Cyder was one of my favourite tipples of the late 1970ís. Living near Birmingham thirty years ago, it seems odd now that I preferred an East Anglian brew to the vast array of West Country products on offer.

It was probably produced and bottled on an industrial estate in Attleborough but I loved the taste. Thankfully, Norfolk cider is having a revival with small presses increasing in popularity.

I would welcome any links to this page for now.