By Amy Looker, editor National Liquor News
The Flying Brick Cider Co has opened the doors to its new cider house on the Bellarine Highway.
Located in Wallington, the Flying Brick Cider House is a unique brand extension to the Flying Brick Cider Co portfolio, with visitors able to enjoy the entire range at the quirky new venue.
Open seven days a week, Flying Brick Cider House will feature tasting paddles of ciders, guided tastings, fresh food, Bellarine wines and wide selection of beers along with live music on Friday nights.
The Flying Brick Cider House also incorporates an accredited Visitor Information Centre, serving as a hub for tourists and locals alike to be informed about the attractions and activities on The Bellarine.
The Flying Brick Cider Co was created by David and Lyndsay Sharp of Leura Park Estate and Jack Rabbit Vineyard three years ago, with the range including Original, Pear and Draught.
The onsite cidery will soon be crafting boutique seasonal batches from fresh, seasonal fruit, with the first release set to be a pure Pink Lady batch which displays pink grapefruit palate nuances alongside a fresh, crisp apple backbone which will be available in a growler format.