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Ganley and Naish started off as two friends making a drop of cider in their back garden and has now grown to a 7000 litre a year operation.
Using century old family recipes and traditions they pay homage to how cider was supposed to be made, from fresh pressed apples and not concentrate.
We came on board to help Ganley and Naish take the bold step from backyard cider makers to becoming a regularly stocked cider throughout the South West.
Based on the rish history of Naish family cider makers – who grew their first orchard in Kenn, back in 1918 – we brewed up a stripped back bottle design, that takes inspiration from vintage cider labels and victorian typography of the time.