Dabinett and Michelin apples are used to make Kingstone Press cider. They are turned into a pulp using a rotary mill then pressed. The apple juice is moved directly to the fermentation process. The cider is then checked for taste and aroma to ensure consistency, it is then chilled, filtered and ruined... sorry I mean carbonated.
Kingstone Press is available in the 660ml bottles at Morrison's, Threshers, Iceland, Spar, some off licences such as Bargain Booze and various pubs including The First & Last inn at Lands End! Kingstone Press Draught is available nationally in 11 gallon Kegs within the On Trade and available exclusively in the North of England through Daniel Thwaites Brewery.