AHNE Bryniau Clwyd / Clwydian Range AONB

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Food and drink

In the world of food and drink, provenance is everything. No wonder the Clwydian Range and Dee Valley is becoming a trusted brand.

People understand that good food means local food – and that the quality of the landscape has a direct bearing on the taste.

We have so many outstanding producers, bakers and brewers in the AONB that we’ve devised a food trail to link them together.

Increasingly our food and drink is being specifically labeled so that buyers know and trust its source. Moel Famau Ale made with local heather has been a big hit at beer festivals and cut comb honey from Clwydian Range bees is eagerly awaited every autumn.

And in our cafés, pubs, restaurants and accommodation, local food is on the menu in a big way. Think muddy footprints, not carbon footprints. Because when your breakfast sausages have come from the farm round the corner, you can taste the difference.

Dining out

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