In 1878, Henry Weston continued a tradition of f using fruit from the farm orchards to make cider and perry, in Much Marcle, Herefordshire.

Making and drinking cider and perry formed part of the pattern of life in the country. The development of commercial cider making began in 1880 when Henry recognised the threat from overseas imports, which had been created by the British Empire.

Today, Westons still produce their cider in a traditional manner, and is available worldwide in both bottle form and on tap. Based at the original site, Westons now produces a wide array of perry and ciders, which are enjoyed across the globe.