Quantock Copper Knob Cider

Copper Knob is a traditional Somerset craft cider and has been made specially for Quantock Brewery by neighbouring Harry’s Cider Company. Using a blend of 3 apples, it has beautifully balanced fruity flavours with a slightly bitter aftertaste, a traditional characteristic of West Country cider.

Quantock wanted Copper Knob cider to be different, and to stand out among all the other craft ciders. Harry’s Cider had produced a unique, tempting and flavoursome cider. It now needed a brand that made it look distinctive and appealed to a target market that may not be familiar with the traditional ales Quantock were already well-known for. They turned to LemonTop Creative based on our reputation as the brewing industry’s leading design agency and experts in brewery and bottle branding. We produced bottle labels and promotional literature that gave Copper Knob it’s own distinctive look whilst creating a brand that can be transferred to the next cider in the range. Quantock were so impressed with the work we did, they have asked us to re-design the brewery’s pump clips and keg fonts.

This much awaited gem is a fantastic addition to the selection of fine ales already produced at the brewery. Quantock wanted to produce a drink to excite the younger market who are becoming bored with mainstream drinks and are being drawn into the craft brewery sector. The Quantock Brewery philosophy of brewing the highest quality ales using the best natural ingredients and Copper Knob Cider has followed the same principles. It is a welcome addition to a highly successful range.

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