A cider house is an establishment, often little more than a room in a farmhouse or cottage, selling cider only, for consumption on the premises. A pint of cider. ...
The Cider sold is usually brewed on the premises, from apples grown in a local cider orchard. Such cider houses were once common and are still occasionally to be found, in for example the West Country of the UK. An orchard is an intentional planting of trees or shrubs maintained for food production. ... The West Country is an informal area of southwestern England, roughly corresponding to the administrative region South West England. ...
Changes in taxation of cider in the early 1970s, and social changes, mean that most cider houses now exist in name only.
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