Apples to Alcohol – Artisan Cider Production

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A short promotional video for Tardebigge Cider in the style of a mini-documentary. Steve Cooper takes us through, from start to finish, the process of how he makes artisan cider. Harvesting and picking the apples by hand from his orchard, Steve then washes and prepares the fruit, crushes it into a pulp, and then presses the juice in an apple mill. From there it is fermented with sulfates until it’s ready for blending.

Tardebigge Cider is a small business making cider, perry, and apple juice in Worcestershire, UK.

For more information about Tardebigge Cider please visit

This was filmed in two short hour and a half sessions with the client and edited in the space of 10 hours. Filming, Editing, and Music Production done entirely by Jeremy Broad.

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