Many people who have apples trees in their back gardens don't know what to do with all the fruit. That's where Bushel + Peck come in - using surplus fruit to make the finest cider. It's a sustainable way of making cider, using locally available fruit that might otherwise go to waste.
The team at Bushel + Peck truly believe in supporting local business and the environment, using both renewable packing resources and engineering companies for their equipment.As well as using surplus fruit, Bushel + Peck also gather fruit from several orchards around Gloucestershire in order to contribute towards the orchards' survival. Although valuable, traditional orchards are disappearing; perhaps just 3,000 acres are left in Gloucestershire, from a zenith of 15,000 acres in the 19th century.