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 their cider for the general public.
Hecks’ make their 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.
Hecks’ Farmhouse Ciders, Perrys and Apple Juices are award winning. They were CAMRA National Champion Cider and Perry Competition 2006 “National Gold” Winners.