THE ISLE OF CIDER STORY
Cider that tells a story......
Hi there. I’m Phil Jolley, the owner of Isle of Cider. I first came to the Isle of Man in 2015 from Worcestershire on the Herefordshire border UK. I grew up in a 16th century Cider House that still had the working mill in the barn. Since moving to Isle of Man I have discovered that my Great Great Great Grandfather was James Rae Fielding, the Grand Master of the Manx Oddfellows in the 1800’s. My Cider is made locally to where I grew up in Worcestershire / Herefordshire borders in the traditional way from 100% Herefordshire Cider apples (never from concentrate). It tells the story of how my ancestor helped shape the Isle of Man.
JAMES RAE FIELDING “THE GRAND MASTER”
Introducing my Great Great Great Grandfather
Signed: Philip Jolley (Isle of Cider Director)