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Breweries and cideries

The traditional bowl of cider, chouchen and Breton beers will reveal their secrets to your customers! Meetings with producers, visits of cellars, walks in the orchards and films provide educational and convivial moments. And of course there will be the chance to taste these famous drinks! Yec’hed mat!

01 – Cidrerie Sorre

Plerguer

20 minutes from Saint-Malo, the Sorre cidery invites you to discover the secrets of cider, from pressing the apples through to bottling. A film traces every step of production of these ciders with the IGP Bretagne label. Free tasting of many ciders and apple juices is the opportunity to discover the entire range of Sorre ciders along with a lovely boutique area.

www.cidre-sorre.fr

02 – Cidrerie Manoir du Kinkiz

Quimper

In an authentic setting in the countryside of Quimper, Hervé Seznec, producer-harvester, opens the doors to his cidery. The manor reveals the secrets of artisanal AOC Cornouaille cider. Your customers will see what happens behind the scenes of the cidery, as well as the distillery and its famous Lambig: high quality products to taste!

www.cidre-kinkiz.fr

03 – Cidrerie de Menez Brug

Fouesnant

In Beg-Meil, the Goenvec family perpetuates the tradition of Fouesnantais cider on the lands of the family farm. The visit includes a walk through the orchards, the production workshops and the chance to taste these ciders and apple juices.

www.cidrerie-de-menez-brug.com

04 – Cidrerie de Cozmezou

Plouégat-Guerrand

With an orchard containing 700 apple trees, this cidery in northern Finistère makes ciders, pommeau, chouchen and apple juice using traditional methods. The visit begins with a film tracing the different manufacturing steps, followed by a commented tour of the cidery and, of course, tasting.

www.cidreriecozmezou.fr

 

05 – Cidrerie de Rozavern

Crozon

At the heart of the Crozon peninsula, your customers will be guided by a young couple of owners who have opted for organic farming to make cider, pommeau and apple juice. Every step of the process is expertly explained before moving on to tasting whilst enjoying the view of the valley and the apple trees.

www.rozavern.fr

 

06 – Cidrerie Melenig

Elliant

20 minutes from Quimper, the cider-making profession will have no more secrets for your customers who can also taste exceptional products with the AOP Cornouaille organic label. Organic cider, pommeau, eau-de-vie and apple juice are the treasures proposed at this ethical and sustainable cidery. A friendly tasting session of these products is proposed.

www.cidremelenig.fr

 

07 – Le Musée du cidre

Pleudihen-sur-Rance

For over 30 years, the Prié family has been opening its doors to reveal the secrets of its cider production. In a traditional restored farm, the exhibition rooms present the professions and old tools, while a 20-minute video revives the gestures of times gone by of the hoop-maker, cooper, and cider production 50 years ago. The tour continues with the different manufacturing steps of organic cider.

www.museeducidre.fr

08 – Brasserie Coreff

Carhaix

Coreff, one of the most well-known Breton beers, is now installed in Carhaix. The museum space “L’Ambassad” reveals the spirit of the traditional micro-brewery, its history and its know-how. The visit would not be complete without passing by the brewery’s bar, where it is possible to taste one of these Breton beers made without colourants or preservatives.

https://brasserie-coreff.com

09 – Brasserie Terenez

Le Faou

This micro-brewery is at the entry to the Crozon peninsula, in the former underground area of a military base. The brewery’s manufacturing workshops are open for tours along with a tasting space to appreciate pale, wheat, dark, amber or limited edition beers.

https://www.terenez.bzh/

 

10 – La Maison du cidre – Ferme de Kermarzin

Argol

Meet passionate producers who love to talk about their profession on the Crozon Peninsula! Not only is it an initiation into cider, but it’s also the opportunity to discover how cider is made using ancient processes. Followed, of course, by tasting the organic ciders produced at Ferme de Kermarzin.

http://maisonducidre.over-blog.com/

 

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