Thistly Cross Cider

Thistly Cross Cider

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Born as a collaboration between a farmer and an artist-turned-cidermaker, Thistly Cross has grown to become Scotland's leading cider producer. The Thistly team has years of experience, gaining a reputation for innovation & excellence. The craft cider market is an exciting emerging market which is on the rise globally. All our ciders are hand-crafted, suitable for vegans & celiac friendly. Thistly offers a wide range of formats and distribution to 20+ countries worldwide, including 34 US States.


  • Cloudy 5.5%

    Cider is naturally cloudy, so Thistly lets nature take its course, resulting in this unfiltered, medium dry apple cider. Crisp and beautifully balance...

  • Original 6.2%

    Our naturally fermented cider is a refreshing, lightly sparkling drink with a long maturation to give a smoother complexion than most commercial cider...

  • Traditional 4.4%

    Bright golden colour with aromas of ripe apples. Soft mouth feel and low acidity with a refreshing fruity finish. Very easy to drink, a real thirst qu...

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  • Contact Information

    Thistly Cross Cider
    The Works, Thistly Cross, Implement Road West Barns United Kingdom Dunbar East Lothian EH42 1UN United Kingdom
    Tel:  +44 1368863246


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  2. Geographical Region
    Russian Federation
    United Arab Emirates
    United Kingdom
    United States


Company Case Studies

  • Thistly Cross Cider

    Thistly Cross is Scotland’s original Cidermaker and one of the first and foremost Craft Ciders in the world. As consumers continue to premiumise, our ...

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