Our 'How To Guides' section provides all you need to know from making cider to drying fruit and vegetables. Invaluable information for those turning their hand to exciting new hobbies and interests.
As a company we have 39 years of experience in juice and cider making. Our team have amassed a wealth of knowledge in these and many other areas. We've collated this all into a series of guides which you can find here. Be sure to check back often too as we publish new guides all the time. If there's something you need help with that you don't see here, then please do let us know and perhaps it'll be the focus of a future guide.
Fresh homemade juice tastes far better than most mass-produced commercial juices. There are thousands of varieties of apple and each has its own flavour profile, so experimenting with different blends can be very exciting! Here you'll find guides on how to press your apples and other ideas on how to use them.View Guides
Fresh apple juice will naturally ferment into cider if left. We've put together a series of guides designed to ensure your cider is at its best, and far better than any supermarket offering could dream of!View Guides
Drying, or dehydrating, is one of the oldest and most effective methods of preservation available to us. Learn how to do it and the equipment you'll need here.View Guides
Cordials are delicious drinks that are very easy to make. They also last much longer than traditional juices thanks to their higher sugar content.View Guides
Bottling fruit and other fresh products is a time honoured way of preserving them. Our guides will show you how.View Guides
A selection of our guides that didn't quite fit into the other categories!View Guides