Sunshack Cider Launch Party at Clovelly Bowling Club

Against an ocean backdrop of the ocean, with bails of hay and a pop up shack, Sunshack Cider took to the greens of the Clovelly Bowling Club to launch their new range of ciders.

Sunshack Cider Clovelly Bowls Club
Sunshack Cider

Sunshack Cider is created at a family ciderhouse in Mittagong in NSW using fruit harvested from their select orchards and the finest water from their sandstone spring. Fermented cold to retain their freshness, it comes in two flavours, pears and apples.

Sunshack Cider Clovelly Bowls Club

On a Sunday afternoon, Clovelly Bowling Club took on a youthful vibe as it played host to a fun-filled party complete with music, plenty of food, with the cider flowing till late afternoon.

Sunshack Cider Clovelly Bowls Club

From the first sip of Sunshack Cider, you can taste the crispness and freshness of the apples or the pears. The cider carries a balanced acidity and a mild sweetness which makes it very easy to drink. At first, you could mistaken it for being non-alcoholic, but a few more sips and the effects of the 4.5% alcohol can be felt gradually.

Sunshack Cider Clovelly Bowls Club

Guests were also treated to a game of bowls which made for a very pleasant afternoon at the beachside suburb of Clovelly.

Sunshack Cider Clovelly Bowls Club
Sunshack Cider Shack

Sunshack Cider Clovelly Bowls Club
Cider and DJ

Sunshack Cider Clovelly Bowls Club

The Sunshack Cider launch party was held at the Clovelly Bowling Club on Sunday 27th November from 12.30pm till 7.00pm.

Gourmantic attended the event as media guests.

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Sunshack Cider

Clovelly Bowling Club
1 Ocean Street
Clovelly NSW 2031


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Corinne Mossati

Corinne Mossati is the founder and editor of Gourmantic. An avid scribe, she has taken pen to paper since the age of five. Her repertoire includes long works of fiction, short stories and travelogues. She is a winner of the GT travel writing competition, has judged the Australasian Whisky Awards and several cocktail competitions. She is also named in the Australian Bartender Most Influential List.


  1. That looks like so much fun wish i’d come now! Love a bit of lawn bowls. Thanks team Gourmantic-another great post! xxMsD

    • You would have loved it, I’m sure! Relaxed and fun atmosphere, and a great way to spend a Sunday afternoon. Thanks for the kind words, lovely! :)

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