Mark and Lucie have lived and breathed the Halfway House for many years. They have perfected pouring a good pint and sampling a number of interesting ales and ciders over the years. Which is why The Halfway House offer a range of 10 or more ales from light citrusy new world hop beers, to the dark malty chocolaty stout. As well as locally produced cider and a selection of bottled beers and wines from around the world.
All the real ales are drawn straight from the casks in the cellar behind the main bar. There are 3 regular beers on: Otter Bright, Teignworthy Reel Ale and Hopback, as well as 6 to 8 guest beers. There is also 4 farmhouse ciders, 4 sparkling ciders and 3 bottled ciders.
The Hecks family have been making traditional Somerset farmhouse cider in Street for six generations, since 1840. In 1896 they started to make and supply our cider for the general public.
Making cider by blending juice from apples all grown locally in the farms orchards. The cider is fermented in wooden barrels and sold draught from the wood.
Hecks farmhouse cider is one of the few cider farms to still to use the old traditional methods of cider making.
Bere Cider Company have a long history. Cider making can be traced back through the family four generations and cider has been made at the current premises since 1988.
What was originally a hobby, made for friends and family has grown into a rapidly growing business and now produces 4 different ciders, a perry, award winning apple juice and cider vinegar.