Making fruit more useful since 1947, Old Mout (rhymes with fruit) Cider makes cider for cider lovers. Located in Nelson, our independent cidery and specialist cider makers use local sun-ripened fruit to make Australasia’s most awarded cider. It’s also been recognised as one of the country’s fastest growing brands – making the coveted 2011 Deloitte Fast 50 list.

Old Mout Cider products are available throughout New Zealand with pride of place in the beverage section of major supermarkets and liquor stores. Whether you prefer a more traditional drop – Classic Apple, Scrumpy and Pear Scrumpy, or our unique fruitier options – Boysencider, Feijoa & Cider and our brand spanking new Cranberry & Cider – we put taste first. We think it’s pretty good!

For one day only, Garage Sale fashion hunters can play a few rounds of old school games, and win prizes – all whilst enjoying a cold Old Mout Cider.

Just outside Shed 10, you’ll see the Old Mout Cider chill zone. This is the outdoor haven where cider friends and fans can relax and be entertained, while their loved ones shop – or somewhere to stop off when you need a shopping hiatus.

The entry fee to the Garage Sale is only $5 on the door! And we’re there all day.

We think it’s pretty good!


About nzfashionfestival

Bigger and better than ever before, NZ Fashion Festival is back for 2012- with a brand new location at Auckland’s Shed 10, 5 completely different group shows plus daily hair, beauty and style seminars hosted by the likes of M.A.C and TRESemme... as well as a Designer Garage Sale and a host of FREE events, deals and shoes for you to enjoy around the city!

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