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Long Meadow Cider Farm Tour and Tasting Experience

Long Meadow Farm, 87 Loughgall Road, Portadown, County Armagh, BT62 4EG
  • Catherine talks to a group about the apple orchards based at Long Meadow

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Join Catherine, Pat, Peter and the rest of the McKeever family on their orchard farm for an unforgettable experience.

You’ll hear all about their family traditions, developed over three-generations of apple farming, the heritage of apple growing in County Armagh, and witness first-hand how the family make their high quality apple juices, cider and cider vinegar on site.

There's a walking tour of the orchard, during which you'll marvel at the pink blossom in May, or if you're in luck, taste the freshest Irish apples you’re ever likely to get your hands on - picked straight from the tree! Heading on to the bottling plant  and press room you'll witness how the apples are processed and pressed, before being stored in cold storage facilities.

Having worked up an appetite, you'll be delighted to head into their Bramley Barn, a cosy glass-fronted building surrounded on all sides by an apple orchard, where you'll have the opportunity to learn how to make traditional soda bread, and enjoy it hot straight off the griddle, served with local cheese and chutneys, and of course there's always tastings of their own craft ciders and fresh apple juice.

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Catherine, Pat, Peter of the McKeever family


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