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Gaymer Cider Company

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Gaymers Olde English Cider Glass Gaymers Olde English Cider Glass 000809B063 Gaymers Olde English Cider Glass 000808B064 Gaymers Olde English Cider Glass 000807B063 Gaymers Olde English Cider Glass 001857B108 Gaymers Olde English Cider Glass 000135B009 Gaymers Cider Glass 000529B015 Pipz Cider Glass 000623B051 Blackthorn Cider Glass 000810B064 Gaymers Cider Glass 000177B027 Gaymers Cider Glass 000186B027 Addlestones Cider Glass 002729B156 Addlestones Cider Glass 001357B097 Gaymers Cider Glass 002222B131 Gaymers Cider Glass 000703B055 Blackthorn Cider Glass 001149B084

Additional Information

Unlike most English ciders being grown in the west of the country in counties such as Devon, Herefordshire and Somerset, Gaymer's originated in eastern England. It is unknown when the Gaymer family first started selling cider. It was William Gaymer, junior (1842 to 1936) who built up the family business as we know it today. In 1961, Showerings of Shepton Mallet bought the company. After Showerings subsequently merged with Allied Breweries in 1968, the cider business was demerged under a management buyout in the late 1970s, in to a new company called Gaymer Group.
Some of the Brewery's Range
Gaymers Original -
Ye Olde English Cyder - Designed for the U.S. market in 1939, but never shipped due to the outbreak of World War 2
Orchard Reserve -
Diamond White - Launched in 1986.
Addlestones - Launched in 1986.
Blackthorn - Acquired when Gaymers bought Taunton Cider in 1995.
K Cider -

Over the years the brand identity is updated and re-launched with subtle changes, a change of Logo or a new font.
Sometimes this brand update is done by the new owners after a brewery has been sold, other times just to give the brand a fresh new look on the ever growing market.

Below are some notes to help identify some of these changes and an aid to reference the year of the glass.

Old Gaymer Logo

Gaymer Logo