Upcoming Events

  • Tue
    13
    Jan
    2015
    Penn State Fruit Research & Extension Center
    Local soils and climatic conditions favor the production of apples with the highest fruit quality, which has been a competitive advantage for the Mid-Atlantic fruit industry over the years. There is a growing interest among consumers for hard cider, and producers exploring alternative markets for apples will learn how to establish a hard cider orchard and also important considerations for cider production.
    Guest speakers from Cornell and Virginia Tech will address traditional American and European apple varieties for cider fermentation, cider apple budget tools, cider market potential and long-term prospects for hard ciders in the U.S. Penn State Enology Extension Associate, Denise Gardner, will discuss fermentation, sanitation and stabilization. The program fee includes tasting of hard ciders of various flavors, a catered lunch and take-home resource materials.
  • Tue
    03
    Feb
    2015
    Fri
    06
    Feb
    2015
    Chicago, IL

    CiderCON offers a mix of educational and networking opportunities for commercial cider producers.

    CiderCON 2015 will be held in Chicago at the beautiful downtown Swissotel

    http://ciderconference.com

  • Sat
    07
    Feb
    2015
    Navy Pier, Chicago, IL

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    SBS Imports and the Seattle Beer Collective are pleased to announce the return of their successful Cider Summit festival to Chicago, IL. This year’s event will take place on Saturday, February 7, 2015 in two sessions - 11am-3pm and 4pm-8pm in the Grand Ballroom at Navy Pier. Cider Summit Chicago is presented by Binny’s Beverage Depotand will once again benefit The Great Lakes Cider & Perry Association and Heartland Alliance.

    The owners and cidermakers will be on hand to inform and guide guests through the samplings which will be available in 4-ounce portions. Cider Summit will feature over 150 ciders including regional favorites and international classics from countries such as England, Scotland, France, and Spain. The event will also feature specially selected food pairings, regional and national cider association display booths, and an event store featuring Cider Summit t-shirts and other merchandise.

    Tickets are $30 and will be sold online only via CiderSummit.com. Admission includes a souvenir tasting glass and 8 tasting tickets. Additional tasting tickets will be available for sale onsite at $2 per ticket. Designated driver tickets are available for $5, and include a bottle of water. A separate ticket is required for each session. The event is 21 and over only. A sell-out is expected, so please purchase in advance.

    http://www.cidersummitnw.com/chicagoeventinfo.html

  • Fri
    20
    Feb
    2015
    6pm-9pmSaratoga, NY

    America On Tap Beer Festivals and Saratoga Beer Week are proud to announce the first ever Hard Cider sampling event to hit Saratoga Springs as part of Upstate New York’s largest celebration of craft beer, Saratoga Beer Week.

    On Friday February 20th the Saratoga Springs City Center will play host to an evening of cider sampling, live music from the WonderBeards and delicious food all overlooking Broadway in Downtown Historic Saratoga Springs.

    After guests have enjoyed 3 hours of cider sampling they can step right out of the venue and into beautiful Downtown Saratoga Springs where they will find endless options for dining, shopping and nightlife.

    When: Friday February 20th

    Where: Saratoga Springs City Center

    Time: 6pm-9pm

    Cost: $30 for 3 hours of sampling

    http://saratogabeerweek.com/cider-night/

  • Sat
    28
    Feb
    2015
    11am - 9pmAlbany, NY

    Nine Pin anniversary

    Nine Pin Cider Works in Albany, NY will host a party to celebrate its first anniversary from 11 a.m. to 9 p.m. on Saturday, Feb. 28, with  other cideries from around NY on hand to offer samples of their ciders. The event will commemorate the anniversary of Gov. Andrew Cuomo's signing of the Farm Cidery Law, which permitted farm cideries to operate in New York. Nine Pin, with its production facility in Albany's warehouse district, was the first cidery to open under the law.

    Also on hand will be Blackduck Cidery from Ovid, Fishkill Farms from Hopewell Junction, Bad Seed Cider Co. from Highland, Kaneb Orchards from Massena, Sundog Cider from Chatham, Cunningham Creek from Canisteo and Maplestone's Cider from Maspeth. The Slidin' Dirty food truck from Troy will be on site for a-la-carte food. Remarks from politicians, state officials and others will be made at noon. Admission is $10 in advance at Nine Pin (929 Broadway), $15 at the door.

    http://www.ninepincider.com

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  • Wed
    18
    Mar
    2015
  • Sat
    21
    Mar
    2015

    Meet the hottest cidermakers in the Northwest and taste what's new! Live music and food, plus cider store so you may take your favorites home. $30 at the door, $25 in advance NWCA members $20 in advance Fee includes keepsake tasting glass and 10 tasting tickets

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  • Sat
    04
    Apr
    2015
    2PM - 7 PMOregon HopHouse

    Get your cider fix at Hophouse!  Save the date for Cider Fest 2015, an outdoor cider festival!  Saturday, April 4th, 23 cideries will feature more than 50 ciders at our Hawthorne location!

    Tickets will be on sale this week for the event. Tickets are available online for $20, or $25 the day-of the event.  Admission will provide entry to the event, a commemorative glass, and 10 drink tokens. BBQ food will be served outside for the festival, and a children’s play area will be accessible for families.  Click here to buy tickets online.

    We are proud to highlight predominantly Northwest cideries and apples!  Our vendors are: 2 Towns, Alter Ego, Anthem, Apple Outlaw, Atlas, Bull Run, Ciderriot, Crispin’, Finn River, High Wheel Wine and Mead, McMenamin’s Edgefield, Nectar Creek Honeywine, Portland Cider, Red Tank, Reverand Nat’s, Rogue, Schilling, Snowdrift, Spire, Square Mile, Swift, Wandering Aengus, and Woodchuck.

    Also, check back in with us after Ciderfest for an entire Cider Month of April!  We will be hosting tastings for cideries all month, and have 8 taps dedicated to the hard apple staple, with flights of 8 cider tasters for $10 all April!

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  • Mon
    06
    Apr
    2015
    Sat
    11
    Apr
    2015
    Grand Rapids, MI

    The newly formed Michigan Cider Association and Michigan State University Extension are pleased to announce one of Michigan’s first cider weeks to be held in Grand Rapids from April 6-12.

    more information on the Michigan Cider Association facebook page 

  • Fri
    10
    Apr
    2015
    Sun
    12
    Apr
    2015
    Grand Rapids, MI

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    The 10th Annual Great Lakes International Cider and Perry Competition (GLINTCAP)

    The Great Lakes Cider and Perry Association is pleased to announce that the 10th Annual Great Lakes International Cider and Perry Competition will be held April 10-12, 2015 at the Downtown Courtyard by Marriott in Grand Rapids, Michigan.

    The Great Lakes International Cider and Perry Competition (GLINTCAP) has established itself as the largest and most respected cider judging in North America. With cider experiencing a renaissance in the United States and across the globe, this year’s event is destined to become the world’s largest cider competition.

    Featured judges for 2015 include:

    • Andrew Lea – English cider expert, retired chemist and food scientist, author of Craft Cider Making, major contributor to the Cider Workshop.
    • Ben Watson – American cider expert, curator of the Cider Salon at Franklin County CiderDays, author of Cider, Hard and Sweet: History, Traditions, and Making Your Own, editor of many books on food and drink including The New Cider Maker’s Handbook.
    • Dick Dunn – President of the Rocky Mountain Cider Association, moderator of the Cider Digest, primary author of the BJCP Style Guidelines for cider and perry.
    • Gary Awdey – President of the Great Lakes Cider and Perry Association, esteemed judge at the Australian Cider Awards and other major competitions, respected presenter of cider sensory analysis workshops, frequent medalist at cider competitions in North America and beyond.

    Entry registration will open on Monday, March 16 and will close on Monday, March 30. Once entries have been registered, they must arrive at our shipping point by Friday, April 3. GLINTCAP accepts entries from all countries and is open to both commercial producers and amateur cidermakers. Full entry details and style guidelines are now available.

    Visit glintcap.org for more information on this year’s event and a complete listing of past results. If you’re interested in volunteering at the competition as a judge or steward, visit glintcap.org/volunteer and complete the questionnaire. For other inquiries, including sponsorship opportunities, please contact GLINTCAP Director Eric West (eric@ciderguide.com) or GLCPA President Gary Awdey (gawdey@comcast.net).

  • Sat
    11
    Apr
    2015
    Noon - 6PMHood River, OR

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    With nine cideries and counting, Hood River Valley’s hard cider scene is exploding. These craft cidermakers source the apples, pears and other fruits from the 440+ local orchardists, creating make ciders that truly give you a taste of Hood River, and place the region at the forefront of the new national hard cider movement. Now in its second year, the Hood River Hard-Pressed Cider Fest gives seasoned and novice cider drinkers alike the chance to sample cider from Hood River County’s very own cider makers, as well as a variety of additional Northwest cideries. More than 20 cideries will be participating, with more than 30 ciders on tap. The daylong event also features local food vendors, produce and arts vendors, a kid’s area and a line-up of local music, from bluegrass to classic rock – guaranteeing a great time for the whole family.

    http://hoodriver.org/hard-pressed-cider-fest

  • Sat
    18
    Apr
    2015
    12 pm - 10 pm

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    Reverend Nat’s Hard Cider is pleased to announce the return of the Hopped Cider Festival to their Cidery & Public Taproom in northeast Portland. The second annual event will take place Saturday, April 18 2015 from 12 PM to 10 PM, the day immediately following the Craft Brewer’s Conference in Portland. New this year is an expansion of the festival into the street adjoining the public taproom.

    This is the second Hopped Cider Fest put on by Reverend Nat’s Hard Cider, having launched the concept last year very nearly on a whim. Public response was overwhelming last year with nearly 800 attendees crammed into the cidery for eight solid hours. This year’s event will include a street closure and even more ciders including hopped ciders produced around the world.

    Many cidermakers will be on hand to inform attendees through the samplings which will be available in 4-ounce tasting portions in a souvenir festival glass. In addition to the superb range of ciders, the event will feature food from El Taco Yucateca and the returning favorites Bro-Dogs + Burgers. And in a repeat of last year’s festivities, every hour on the hour attendees will be treated to free tastes of ciders unavailable for purchase in Oregon including ciders from all over the USA and overseas.

    “This is surely the largest collection of hopped ciders in the history of the universe,” says Reverend Nat West. “Last year we organized the event in a couple weeks and were blown away by the public response. We learned our lessons and decided to expand into the street but we are doubling-down by adding even more hopped ciders and upping the tasting pour size.”

    Tickets are available for $20 at the door (cash or credit). Admission includes a tasting glass and 6 tasting tokens. Additional tasting tokens will be available for sale onsite for $2 each. Re-admission will be allowed at any time with event wristband and tasting glass. THE EVENT IS 21 & OVER ONLY. No dogs or other pets.

    http://reverendnatshardcider.com/news/reverend-nats-presents-2nd-annual-hopped-cider-fest/

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  • Tue
    21
    Apr
    2015
    Richmond, VA

    Join us for a special night of history, cider, and discussion on April 21 at Blue Bee Cider. The event will feature the first taste of Blue Bee’s “Compleat Cyder,” based on a cider recipe from the 1742 edition of The Compleat Housewife from the VHS’s rare book collection. The evening will also include presentations about cider and cider-making in colonial Virginia, featuring Dr. Sarah Meacham from Virginia Commonwealth University and Courtney Mailey from Blue Bee Cider. Dr. Paul Levengood, President and CEO of the Virginia Historical Society, will also speak about the importance of the society’s collections. The ticket price includes a glass of the “Compleat Cyder,” a 32-ounce souvenir squealer, and light hors d’ourves. We hope you can join us for this opportunity to learn about cider-making in the Old Dominion and to support the Virginia Historical Society.

    http://www.vahistorical.org/attend-event/programs-and-activities/social-events/history-tap-compleat-cyder?start=2015-04-21T18:00

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  • Wed
    22
    Apr
    2015
    12-6pmParkton, MD

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    2nd Annual Apple Blossom Festival

    MILLSTONE’S 2nd ANNUAL APPLE BLOSSOM FESTIVAL

    MAY 16th 2015 from 12-6PM
    1717 Rayville Rd, Parkton, MD 21120

    Adult tickets are $20 and include a Millstone glass and your first cider

    Designated Driver tickets are $5

    Children and Dogs are free, and welcomed!

    Tickets can be purchased here:

    https://www.eventbrite.com/e/apple-blossom-festival-tickets-16435788887

  • Sat
    25
    Apr
    2015
    12 pm - 6 pmThe Presidio, San Francisco, CA

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    Cider Summit SF Expands to The Presidio for Second Annual Event; Announces Featured Artisanal Ciders from Around the World

    Leading Cider Festival Partners with San Francisco Landmark

    San Francisco, Calif. - SBS Imports and the Seattle Beer Collective are pleased to announce the expansion of their successful Cider Summit festival to The Presidio in San Francisco, CA.  The second annual Bay Area event will take place on Saturday, April 25, 2015 from 12:00 p.m. - 6:00 p.m. at the Civil War Parade Ground in the Presidio, adjacent to the Main Post.  Cider Summit San Francisco is presented by Whole Foods Market and will benefit The Institute for Myeloma & Bone Cancer Research, Berkeley Humane, and the California Cider Association.

    "We are very excited to bring Cider Summit to The Presidio," noted event co-founder Alan Shapiro of SBS Imports.  "Consumer interest in artisanal cider is growing at a phenomenal rate and we look forward to providing the region's largest-ever tasting opportunity for both cider lovers and the cider curious."

    The owners and cidermakers will be on hand to inform and guide guests through the tastings, which will be available in 4-ounce portions.  Cider Summit will feature over 120 ciders including regional favorites and international classics.  The event will also feature specially selected food pairings from Whole Foods Market, a "Dog Lounge" hosted by Berkeley Humane, as well as an event store featuring Cider Summit t-shirts and other merchandise.

    Tickets will go on sale February 16 and are $35 in advance and $40 (cash only, if tickets remain) at the door and include a souvenir tasting glass and 10 tasting tickets.  Additional tasting tickets will be available for sale onsite at $2 per ticket.    Designated driver tickets are available for $5, and include a bottle of water.  Accompanied minors will be admitted at no charge.

    Stay up to date on additional details on Facebook and Twitter #CiderSummitSF.

  • Sat
    02
    May
    2015
    6:30 pm - 9:30pmSnohomish, WA

     

    Snohomish Cider Fest 2015

     

    Snohomish Hard Cider Festival

    Saturday May 2, 2015
    6:30-9:30pm
    Craven Farm
    13817 Short School Road
    Snohomish, WA

    The Snohomish Cider Festival features cider makers from around the Pacific NW. Come meet the makers and taste the wonderful ciders they are creating.

    Tickets are $25/person and include 5 tastings and a food truck voucher.

    http://snohomishciderfest.com

     

  • Sat
    09
    May
    2015
    10:00 amDoc's Draft Hard Ciders

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    Participants will enjoy a scenic course covering the grounds of Warwick Valley Winery. Dash down orchard rows, meander through the woods, and see first hand where the hard cider comes from.

    http://www.thehardciderrun.com/cities/warwick-valley-ny/

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  • Sat
    23
    May
    2015
    10:00 amAlbemarle Ciderworks

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    Participants will enjoy a scenic course covering the grounds of Vintage Virginia Apples. Dash down orchard rows, meander through the woods, and see first hand where the hard cider comes from.

    https://www.albemarleciderworks.com

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  • Thu
    28
    May
    2015
    9:30 pm - 1 amWassail, NYC

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    Thursday, May 28 // 9:30pm-1am

    Every spring, Basque cidermakers celebrate the release of the new vintage with a night of food, cider, music, and merriment. This evening, Vermont-based cidery Shacksbury brings a taste of this to Wassail.

    Traditional Basque sagardoas, or cider houses, serve cider streaming from a tiny spout in enormous chestnut barrels. Shacksbury has engineered a system to bring the same tradition to NYC. Drinkers can "catch" cider the stream of cider in their glass, a method that aerates the cider and releases its flavors and aromas.

    Cidermakers Colin, David, and Katie will be there and look forward to connecting with everyone and sharing a wonderful evening.

    All are welcome (21+); this is a pay-as-you-go event.

  • Sat
    30
    May
    2015
    10:00 amUncle John's Cider Mill

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    Participants will enjoy a scenic course covering the grounds of Uncle John’s Cider Mill. Dash down orchard rows, meander through the woods, and see first hand where the hard cider comes from.

    http://www.ujcidermill.com

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  • Sun
    31
    May
    2015
    2pm - 6pmPhiladelphia, PA

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    Several PA Cider Guild members are hosting an event this Sunday (5/30) at U-Bahn for Philly Beer Week... come out and enjoy 15 lines of cider pouring from 2-6pm!

  • Mon
    01
    Jun
    2015
    7 pm - MidnightWassail - NYC

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    Monday, June 1 // 7pm-midnight

    This self-proclaimed die-hard craft beer revolutionary is known for his experimental ciders bearing traces of beer yeasts, wild fermentations, Belgian ale spices, aromatic West Coast hops and local fruit juices. Not currently available elsewhere in NYC, Nat from Reverend Nat's Hard Cider will be paying us a special visit this evening to offer tastes of the following ciders:

    Revival Hard Apple (blend of Washington-grown apples and piloncillo - dark brown evaporated cane juice)

    Hallelujah Hopricot (Belgian wit-style cider steeped with coriander, bitter orange peel and paradise grains, fermented with a Belgian saison ale yeast, finished with apricot juice, and Cascade and Amarillo hops)

    Deliverance Ginger Tonic (cider with ginger juice, lemongrass stalks, juice and zest limes, finished with quinine)

    Tepache (made with pineapples with piloncillo and a furtive selection of spices. This ain't no cider at all!)

    All (21+) are welcome to this free event.

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  • Tue
    02
    Jun
    2015
    7pm - 9pmWassail - NYC

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    Join us for our Cidermaker Dinner Series, wherein notable cidermakers showcase their ciders in an intimate setting, while Wassail chefs Joseph Buenconsejo and Rebecca Eichenbaum highlight the extraordinary pairing potential of their ciders with a four course seasonal menu.

    Next up is Kevin Zielinski from E.Z. Orchards based in Willamette Valley, Oregon. His family has been orcharding since 1929, and they make some of the most celebrated ciders in America.

    Made from French, English, and Early American apple varieties, their juice is fermented in the traditional French method requiring diligent care of the fruit prior to harvest. Their process of fermentation, pétillant naturel, results in fine bubbles and well-developed aromatics. Among the first in the US to try his hand at natural fermentation and the mysterious French process of keeving, Kevin’s ciders are unique, robust, and makes one excitedly wonder - "how did an apple do that?"

    In addition to pouring Kevin's flagship ciders this evening, we will also be serving his small batch pommeau.

    Four-course menu with cider pairing: $75 per person which includes tax but not gratuity
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  • Thu
    04
    Jun
    2015
    7pm - 9pmDeering Grange, Portland, Maine

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    Celebrate Maine’s Hard Cider Revival! Come taste the fruits of the burgeoning cider scene at the historic Deering Grange Hall in Portland. Tasters can sample ciders from five up-and-coming cidermakers from across the state: Urban Farm Fermentory(Portland), Norumbega Cider (New Gloucester), Whaleback Cider (Lincolnville), Portersfield Cider (Pownal), Oyster River Winegrowers (Warren), and Kennebec Cider (Winthrop).

    Grow your knowledge about Maine’s cider culture, with a short talk by two of Maine’s apple experts. David Buchanan, heirloom fruit expert, cidermaker, and author of Taste, Memory, and Todd Little-Siebold, a cider enthusiast and professor at College of the Atlantic will share their expertise about Maine apples, past, present, and future.

    Tasty local snacks by Rosemont Market and Bakery, and fine cider-sipping tunes from the Celtic/Bluegrass-inspired Harper Burke & Friends.

    Must be 21+ to purchase tickets. IDs will be checked at the door.

     

  • Sat
    13
    Jun
    2015
    1:30pm - 6:00 pmGreenpoint, Brooklyn, NY

    Pour the CoreBrooklyn Expo Center
    72 Noble Street
    Greenpoint, Brooklyn

    VIP: 1:30PM - 2:30PM
    GA: 2:30PM - 6:00PM

    Love apples? Then, drink apples! Gather with fellow apple enthusiasts, hard cider aficionados, fermentation zealots, and craft beverage fanatics at Brooklyn's first hard cider festival, Pour The Core: Brooklyn.

    At Pour The Core: Brooklyn, you and your friends will gather in Brooklyn's trendy and crafty Greenpoint neighborhood and be showcased to the finest locally-produced and internationally-sourced ciders – more than 75 in all! The event will feature local favorites like Big Apple Hard Cider and Original Sin; best-selling US brands like Woodchuck Hard Cider and Angry Orchard; and a variety of imported ciders and perries from Spain, England and elsewhere.

    So get your sunglasses ready and kick off Summer with cider and local grub from the city's favorite food trucks! The event will take place rain or shine (no refunds).

    There will be special seminars about cider, the making of cider, and the enjoyment of cider. The event will also help raise funds for KiDS NEED MoRE. Visit the charity page to find out more about this great organization.

    A sell-out is expected so buy your tickets early! Once the event sells out, no additional tickets will be available. VIP admission tickets are $55 +tax/fees. VIP ticketholders will get into the event an hour earlier (at 1:30pm) and have the chance to sample special ciders only available for the VIP hour. General admission (GA) tickets are $40 +tax/fees. VIP/GA ticketholders will receive a 5-ounce tasting glass with a 2-ounce pour line, made available by the tasting glass sponsor, Woodchuck Hard Cider. Designated driver (DD) tickets are also available for $10 +tax/fees but DD ticketholders are not permitted to drink any alcohol. DD ticketholders will receive a bottle of water and access to festival seminars. If tickets are still available at the door VIP tickets will be $75 and GA tickets will be $65.

    No one under the age of 21 will be allowed into the event. This includes designated drivers who must also be 21 years or older in age. No children, toddlers, infants, strollers, or pets are permitted. No one will be admitted without valid photo ID (no exceptions)! Proper identification is the responsibility of the attendee. Failure to present proper, valid photo identification (license or passport) will result in denial of entry with no refund offered.

  • Thu
    18
    Jun
    2015
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    Jun
    2015
    Oregon

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    Join us for the Fourth Annual Oregon Cider Week! Celebrate the Northwest’s most exciting craft beverage revolution with tastings, tap take-overs, cider dinners, and more. Dozens of separate activities and special menu items are planned throughout the state of Oregon. Sponsored by the Northwest Cider Association and SIP Northwest/Cidercraft Magazine

     

  • Fri
    19
    Jun
    2015
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    Jun
    2015
    Portland, WA

     

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    Cider Summit Portland Celebrates 5th Anniversary!
    Region's Largest Cider Festival Returns to the Pearl

    SBS Imports and the Seattle Beer Collective are pleased to announce the return of Cider Summit NW Festival to Portland, OR.  The fifth annual event will take place Friday, June 19 from 2p-8p and Saturday, June 20 from 12n-6p.  Cider Summit will be returning to its new home in the Pearl District - The Fields Neighborhood Park at NW 10th/Overton.  The event is presented by World Foods & Bushwhacker Cider.

    This will be the 15th Cider Summit produced by SBS & Seattle Beer Collective, having launched the concept in Seattle in September 2010 and expanding to Portland, Chicago, and most recently San Francisco.  This year's event will feature over 150 ciders from producers around the country and around the world including regional favorites and international classics.  The owners and cidermakers will be on hand to inform and guide guests through the samplings which will be available in 4-ounce tasting portions in a special 5th anniversary souvenir festival glass.

    A brand new feature at the 2015 event will be the Fruit Cider Challenge sponsored by Oregon Fruit Products.  Several of our participating cideries will brew pilot batches specifically for the event.  Consumers will vote for their favorite during the festival with the winner of the first annual Fruit Cider Challenge announced on Monday, June 22.

    In addition to the superb range of ciders, the event will feature the DoveLewis/Unleashed by Petco Dog Lounge, expanded food selections from  World Foods, Road Dog Sausage and others.  The Jim Miller festival stage will once again feature some of Portland's most legendary performers produced in conjunction with event beneficiary, Cascade Blues Association.  For those seeking public transportation the Portland Streetcar stops within one block of the event.

    "We believe we've created a unique event," noted Ian Roberts of SBC.  "Interest in artisanal cider is exploding right now, and this event is the premier sampling opportunity for both the cider enthusiast and cider curious."

    "We are thrilled with our move to The Pearl," added event co-founder Alan Shapiro of SBS Imports.  "We are grateful for the area's cider community ongoing support as we work together to make this the region's signature cider event."

    Tickets are $30 in advance and $35 (cash only) at the door and are available online via Stranger ticketsWorld FoodsBushwhacker Cider,Umpqua Bank Pearl District branch, and at many of the area's leading bottle shops.  Admission includes a 5th anniversary souvenir tasting glass, 8 tasting tickets, and a $1 donation to the event beneficiary pool.  Additional tasting tickets will be available for sale onsite at $2 per ticket.

    A special VIP ticket is available for $40.  This ticket includes 4 additional tasting tickets and exclusive early admission on Friday from 2p-3p.  Only 200 of these tickets are available - exclusively online via the event website.

    Re-admission will be allowed at any time with event wristband and tasting glass.  THE EVENT IS 21 & OVER ONLY.  Dogs of all ages will be allowed on event grounds.  For more information including a list of participating ciders please visit producers page.

    Cider Summit Portland benefits Northwest Cider Association, The Institute for Myeloma & Bone Cancer ResearchDoveLewis Emergency Animal Hospital, and the Cascade Blues Association.

    Cider Summit NW is presented by World Foods & Bushwhacker Cider with supporting sponsors, Oregon Fruit Products, The Portland Westin Hotel,Umpqua BankKNRK 94/7 Alternative PortlandPortland MercuryMaletis Beverage, and Portland Streetcar.

    For more information contact:
    Alan Shapiro - SBS Imports
    206.527.4191
    alanmshapiro@sbs-imports.com

    Music Lineup!

    Friday - 6/19
    - Kevin Selfe & Allen Markel
    - Lloyd Jones
    - Atomic Gumbo with Steve Kerin & David Lipkind

    Saturday - 6/20
    - Terry Robb
    - Norman Sylvester Trio
    - Kimberly Hall Trio

    http://www.cidersummitnw.com

  • Sat
    20
    Jun
    2015
    12:00pm 4:00pmNew Paltz, NY

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    Cider Market & Tasting

      Historic Huguenot Street

    As a part of both New York State’s Path Through History Weekend and Hudson Valley Cider Week, Historic Huguenot Street will host a local cider market and tasting on Saturday, June 20.

    The market will feature several Hudson Valley cider makers, including: Hudson Valley Farmhouse Cider (produced at Breezy Hill Orchard and Stone Ridge Orchard), Warwick Valley Winery & Distillery (maker of Doc’s® Draft Ciders, Warwick), Glorie Farm Winery (Marlboro), The Standard Cider Company (owned by Brotherhood Winery, Washingtonville), Aaron Burr Cidery (Wurtsboro), Orchard Hill Cider Mill (located at Soons Orchard, New Hampton), Kettleborough Cider House (New Paltz), Yankee Folly Cidery (New Paltz), Awestruck Ciders (produced by Gravity Ciders, Walton), Nine Pin Ciderworks (Albany), and Angry Orchard (opening a new facility in Walden).

    As part of the market, Historic Huguenot Street and Kettleborough Cider House will be introducing a historic crab apple hard cider, brewed by Kettleborough in collaboration with HHS. The cider’s use of crab apples is true to how the early founders of New Paltz would have brewed their own cider, which was a popular colonial drink.

    Glynwood, the agricultural non-profit that created Cider Week, will be present at the market with information about their programs, including their Farm Business Incubator located on 323 acres near New Paltz. Cider Week, now in its fifth year, has been successful in driving market demand for regional craft cider and has helped to noticeably increase sales and profitability for apple and cider producers.

    The market will take place on the Deyo House lawn across from the DuBois Fort (81 Huguenot Street) and will be open from 12 – 4 pm. Vendors will be selling ciders and other products from their farms, as well as offering tastings of their various hard ciders. Admission is $5 and grants access for the duration of the market. Guests tasting cider must be 21+ with ID.

  • Sat
    27
    Jun
    2015
    Eastsound, WA

    The Fifth Annual Orcas Island Cider & Mead Festival fundraiser benefiting the Orcas Island Farm-to-Cafeteria Program is set for 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday, June 27 at the Eastsound Village Green alongside the Saturday farmers market. Hard cider and mead producers from California to Canada will be pouring samples as well as selling product for take-home.

    Festivities include live music all day. Admission to tasting tent plus cider and mead samples starting at just $7. Adults 21+ only.

    http://www.orcasislandciderfest.org/

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  • Sat
    08
    Aug
    2015
    Atlantic City, NJ

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    Hold onto your apple carts, folks, THE ATLANTIC CITY CIDER SOCIAL is headed your way! On August 8, attendees will pour into the waterfront property adjacent Gardner’s Basin to celebrate the summer and the shore’s newest libation innovations; ciders, meads and other fruit based brews. How about them apples?

    The event producers at Good Time Tricycle Productions are anything but new to the festival game in Atlantic City, producing events such as The Atlantic City Seafood Festival, The Atlantic City Tattoo Expo and the annual “apple” of South Jersey’s eye- The Atlantic City Beer & Music Festival. Producers are confident that the apple won’t fall far from the tree and The 2015 Atlantic City Cider Social will meet and exceed all expectations with 30 cider/mead brewers, 5 local food exhibitors, cooking demos, live music, cider seminars and amusements.

    A few years ago, ciders were a super-sweet, rare find sitting at the edge of the alcoholic beverage world. In its current state, cider is becoming more diverse and appeals to both beer and wine drinkers. It is no secret that cider is rising through the ranks of beverage popularity among all demographics. The goal of The Atlantic City Cider Social is to promote and educate attendees on ciders and meads as well as the brewers that create them. This event is the perfect opportunity for cider aficionados, cider lovers and the casual cider drinker to speak to the company representatives and brewers responsible for some of their favorite ciders.

    The Atlantic City Cider Social aims to be a true downhome American experience. We encourage attendees to put on their best denim, bob for apples, dance to live folk music acts, take a break at red and white checked picnic tables, and enjoy a mouth-watering caramel apple or slice of pie paired with your cider. There will be two sessions on Saturday, August 8: Noon-4pm & 7pm-11pm. Tickets are $45 and include a tasting cup, entertainment and cider tastings.

    The festival offers a “Designated Driver” ticket price of $15, available at the door, to further encourage attendee responsibility. Attendees are also encouraged to utilize the many transportation options in the Atlantic City area, such as jitneys and cabs.

    Tickets for the 2015 Atlantic City Cider Social go on sale Friday, May 1. Tickets are $45 in advance (fees apply) online at www.cidersocial.com or through Ticketmaster.com and $50 at the door (if available). All attendees are urged to taste responsibly. Please know your limits and book your hotel rooms now. No one under the age of 21 will be admitted into the show. Valid photo identification must be presented.

  • Sat
    08
    Aug
    2015
    12-5pmNorthwest Maritime Center, Port Townsend, WA

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    Meet the best of the Northwest at the fifth annual cider festival!

    There will be live music and food, plus a cider store so you may take your favorites home.

    $30 at the door, $25 in advance
    NWCA members $20 in advance

    Fee includes keepsake NWCA tasting glass and 10 tasting tickets.

    This is a Family Friendly event!

    For Tickets Click Here

  • Sat
    29
    Aug
    2015
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    30
    Aug
    2015
    Metro Detroit, MI

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    Metro Detroit's premier cider, beer, food & live music festival at Blake's Hard Cider Co. on Saturday August 29th from 12p-9p and August 30th from 12p-5p.

    The event will be featring over 20 michigan cideries, breweries and wineries! Entertainment includes live music, home brew classes, barrel racing, apple bobbing and more!

    $35 1 day pass - $55 2 day pass

    http://cider-dayze.ticketleap.com/cider-dayze/

     

  • Sat
    29
    Aug
    2015
    10:00 amSietsema's

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    Participants will enjoy a scenic course covering the grounds of Sietsema Orchards. Dash down orchard rows, meander through the woods, and see first hand where the hard cider comes from.

    http://www.sietsemaorchards.com

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  • Sat
    12
    Sep
    2015
    Killington, VT

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    more information to come ..

  • Sat
    12
    Sep
    2015
    Boston, MA

    Pour the Core

    Love apples? Then, drink apples! Gather with fellow apple enthusiasts, hard cider aficionados, fermentation zealots, craft beverage fanatics and hard cider revolutionaries at the home of the American revolution at Boston's first hard cider festival, Pour The Core: Boston.

    At Pour The Core: Boston, you and your friends will gather in Boston's Theatre District and be showcased to the finest locally-produced and internationally-sourced ciders – more than 75 in all! The event will feature local favorites like Downeast Cider & Harpoon Brewing Co.; best-selling US brands like Woodchuck Hard Cider and Angry Orchard, and a variety of imported ciders and perries from Spain, England and elsewhere.

    There will be special seminars about cider, the making of cider, and the enjoyment of cider. The event will also help raise funds for the United States Association of Cider Makers. Visit the charity page to find out more about this great organization.

    A sell-out is expected so buy your tickets early! Once the event sells out, no additional tickets will be available. General admission (GA) tickets are $50 +tax/fees. Ticketholders will receive a 5-ounce tasting glass with a 2-ounce pour line. Designated driver (DD) tickets are also available for $10 +tax/fees but DD ticketholders are not permitted to drink any alcohol. DD ticketholders will receive water and access to festival seminars. If tickets are still available at the door they will be sold for $65.

    No one under the age of 21 will be allowed into the event. This includes designated drivers who must also be 21 years or older in age. No children, toddlers, infants, strollers, or pets are permitted. No one will be admitted without valid photo ID (no exceptions)! Proper identification is the responsibility of the attendee. Failure to present proper, valid photo identification (license or passport) will result in denial of entry with no refund offered. - See more at: http://www.pourthecore.com/boston/

  • Sat
    03
    Oct
    2015
    1pm - 5pmLong Island, NY
    Pour the CoreLove apples? Then, drink apples! Gather with fellow apple enthusiasts, hard cider aficionados, fermentation zealots, and craft beverage fanatics at the fourth annual Pour The Core: Long Island.
    
    At Pour The Core: Long Island, you and your friends will be surrounded by the picturesque fall backdrop of the North Fork and be showcased to the finest locally-produced and internationally-sourced ciders – more than 75 in all! The event will feature local favorites like the Rumor Mill Hard Cider and Woodside Orchards; best-selling US brands like Angry Orchard and Woodchuck Hard Cider; and a variety of imported ciders and perries from Spain, England and elsewhere.
    
    So get your blanket ready to stake your spot by the live music… carry your sunglasses and hat for protection from the sun... check the weather for what to wear and get your tickets. The event will take place rain or shine (no refunds). Don’t forget to bring a belly ready for delicious foods available to purchase from local food vendors. 
    
    There will be special seminars about cider, the making of cider, and the enjoyment of cider. The event will also help raise funds for Beer for Brains and the Alzheimer's Association. Visit the charity page to find out more about these great organizations.
    
    Plenty of parking is available and free!
    
    A sell-out is expected so buy your tickets early. Once the event sells out, no additional tickets will be available. General admission (GA) tickets are $40 +tax/fees. GA ticketholders will receive a 5-ounce tasting glass with a 2-ounce pour line, made available by the tasting glass sponsor. Designated driver (DD) tickets are also available for $10 +tax/fees but DD ticketholders are not permitted to drink any alcohol. DD ticketholders will receive a bottle of water and access to special seminars. If GA tickets are available at the door, they will be $65.
    
    Doors open at 1PM for ticketing and processing.
    
    No one under the age of 21 will be allowed into the event. This includes designated drivers who must also be 21 years or older in age. No children, toddlers, infants, strollers, or pets are permitted. No one will be admitted without valid photo ID (no exceptions)! Proper identification is the responsibility of the attendee. Failure to present proper, valid photo identification (license or passport) will result in denial of entry with no refund offered.
  • Sat
    10
    Oct
    2015
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    11
    Oct
    2015
    NW Ciderfest

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    Mark your calendar for October 10th & 11th, a two day event this year. Come out to Pioneer Square and join us in tasting some of the finest hard ciders the Western United States has to offer. the NW Ciderfest, benefiting the Muscular Dystrophy Association, and local cideries of the pacific northwest.


    We couldn't have asked for a better crowd.

  • Sat
    17
    Oct
    2015
    1pm - 5 pmPhiladelphia, PA

    Pour the CorePhiladelphia Navy Yard
    4747 South Broad Street, Philadelphia, PA 19112

    Love apples? Then, drink apples! Gather with fellow apple enthusiasts, hard cider aficionados, fermentation zealots, and craft beverage fanatics at the Philadelphia Navy Yard for the third annual Pour The Core: Philly.

    At Pour The Core: Philly, you and your friends will be surrounded by the picturesque fall backdrop of the Marine Parade Grounds and be showcased to the finest locally-produced and internationally-sourced ciders – more than 75 in all! The event will feature local favorites like the artfully crafted, Frecon’s Cidery Crabby Granny, Sir Charles Hard Cider, Good Intent Adam's Apple, and so many other PA favorites! Best-selling US brands like Woodchuck Hard Cider, Angry Orchard, Original Sin and Doc's Draft Hard Cider will also be featured. And, a variety of imported ciders and perries from Spain, England and elsewhere will round out the varieties offered.

    So get your blanket or lawn chair ready to stake your spot by the live music. Carry your sunglasses and hat for protection from the sun... check the weather for what to wear and get your tickets. The event will take place rain or shine (no refunds). Don’t forget to bring a belly ready for delicious foods available to purchase from local Philly Food Trucks.

    There will be special seminars about cider, the making of cider, and the enjoyment of cider. The event will also help raise funds for the Committee to Benefit the Children (CBC). Visit the charity page to find out more about this great organization.

    Parking is limited. Complimentary shuttle bus service will be provided for festival attendees from the Broad & Pattison SEPTA Station to the event. The Philly Navy Yard is located about 100 yards off exits from I-95 or I-76.

    A sell-out is expected so buy your tickets early. Once the event sells out, no additional tickets will be available. General admission (GA) tickets are $40 +fees. GA ticketholders will receive a 5-ounce tasting glass with a 2-ounce pour line, made available by the tasting glass sponsor. Designated driver (DD) tickets are also available for $10 +fees but DD ticketholders are not permitted to drink any alcohol. DD ticketholders will receive a bottle of water and access to special seminars. If GA tickets are available at the door, they will be $65.

    Doors open at 1PM for ticketing and processing.

    No one under the age of 21 will be allowed into the event. This includes designated drivers who must also be 21 years or older in age. No children, toddlers, infants, strollers, or pets are permitted. No one will be admitted without valid photo ID (no exceptions)! Proper identification is the responsibility of the attendee. Failure to present proper, valid photo identification (license or passport) will result in denial of entry with no refund offered.

  • Sat
    17
    Oct
    2015
    9:30 amCharlottesville, VA

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    Saturday, October 17, 2015 - 9:30am to 11:30am
    This annual event, truly a unique opportunity to explore the essence of the apple, has been among our most popular programs. Supermarkets today provide only a limited sample of the thousands of apple varieties once available to 19th-century fruit lovers. Tom Burford (aka 'Professor Apple'), and Gabriele Rausse, Monticello's Director of Gardens and Grounds, will provide numerous apple varieties, each introduced with a discussion of their history and culture. Participants will taste, savor, and, most importantly, rate each apple in this two-and-a-half-hour program.
    https://www.monticello.org/site/visit/events/apple-tasting
  • Sat
    31
    Oct
    2015
    Cincinnati, OH

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    On October 31st, Drink the District is bringing its popular Rock the Core Cider & Beer tasting to Cincinnati. With tickets starting at just $35, attendees can enjoy tastings of cider & beer, a live DJ, backyard games, and access to food trucks at our cider-centric outdoor event.

    With 30+ ciders available, come explore our flavorful variety of tastings and indulge in full pours of your favorites. Tickets include tastings throughout the duration of the event. We’ll also have over 20 beers at the festival.

    Click for Info

  • Sat
    31
    Oct
    2015
    12-7pmOxford, CT

     

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    OEC Brewing & B. United International in Oxford, CT present "Honey, I Fermented The Apples 2" - a celebration of cider and mead. Featuring The Green Grunion for all your food needs. Of course previous OEC/B. United festival tickets will be honored.

    The Domain Dupont Cidre de Givre 2007 oak barrel will be back too (with an added bonus)!

    -THE LIST-

    Cidre/Cider:

    Baladin Sidro
    Christian Drouin Cidre Comte de Lauriston
    Christian Drouin Pays d'Auge
    Christian Drouin Poire
    Hecks 2013 Vintage Dry Barrel Aged Cider
    Domaine Dupont Aigre Doux (Vinegar)
    Domaine Dupont Cidre Bouche Brut
    Domaine Dupont Cidre de Givre (2007 Calvados Barrel, served directly from the barrel)
    Domaine Dupont Cidre Reserve
    Domaine Dupont Cuvee Colette
    Domaine Dupont Pommeau
    Domaine Dupont Tripel
    Sandford Orchards Chestnut Cidre

    Mead:

    Dansk Mjod GI Dansk
    Dansk Mjod Ribe Mead
    Dansk Mjod Viking Blod
    Die Hochland Chestnut
    Die Hochland Lime Tree
    Die Hochland Speckbirne Cyser
    Die Hochland Winter Mead
    Dr. Pescia Nettare di Bacco
    Makana iQhilika African Coffee Mead
    Makana iQhilika Cape White Fig Mead
    Makana iQhilika Dry Mead
    Makana iQhilika Herbal Blossom Mead
    Zymatore Makana iQhilika Sweet Mead

    Hybrids/Beer/etc:

    Birrificio Grado Plato Cantus Caeli
    Dansk Mjod Old Danish Beer
    Wild Beer Co. Iduna Cru
    OEC Brewing Albus
    OEC Brewing Artista Zynergia: Gosatequin (Blend #2)
    OEC Brewing Artista Zynergia: Solaris - LAST KEG
    OEC Brewing Brunneis (Blend #2)
    OEC Brewing Nepenthes
    OEC Brewing Salsus Singularis #1 (Syrah Barrel)
    OEC Brewing Tempus (Blend #5)

    And sure, dress up if you feel so inclined! It is Halloween!

  • Fri
    06
    Nov
    2015
    Sun
    15
    Nov
    2015
    NYC

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    FOR CIDER MAKERS

    Cider Week connects cider makers from New York State—and select pioneering “guest cideries” outside the state–to buyers from top restaurants, bars, and retail shops across New York City. Through growing awareness of craft cider, Cider Week helps to bring profitability to local orchards while reviving heirloom apple varieties.

    FOR THE TRADE

    Cider Week provides educational resources for trade, including staff education, tastings, and connections with top regional cider makers, and helps to promote public events, tastings, and pairings that build appreciation and demand for regional ciders.

    FOR CONSUMERS

    Cider Week NYC celebrates craft cider by increasing its presence in top restaurants, bars, and retail shops across New York City. CiderWeekNYC.com serves as a central hub for the cider-centric tastings, dinners, classes and more taking place during Cider Week, from November 6 through November 15, 2015.

    http://ciderweeknyc.com

  • Sat
    07
    Nov
    2015
    Asheville, NC

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    North Carolina’s premier hard cider tasting event. CiderFest NC began in 2013 as a fall fundraiser with locally produced apples, cheeses, hard cider and plans to serve only about 60 people. We exceeded those expectations by a wide margin by selling out that first year at 400 attendees! Almost overnight we became recognized as the very first hard cider tasting festival in North Carolina. CiderFest NC is back for its 3rd year and will feature over twenty hard cider makers from all over the region, as well as special guest from out of state, and imported Spanish ciders, local mead makers, food pairings, local arts & crafts, live music, and an interactive children’s area!

    This year’s event is packed with new opportunities to taste and experience Cider. Twenty plus Cider makers will be serving up their tasty varieties of hard cider along with a new addition of two local mead makers Bee & Bramble & Fox Hill Meadery! To compliment your cider we have added a new Chef’s Station where apples and hard cider will be the featured ingredients for small plates. And back again by popular demand is the WNC Cheese Trail offering samples from local creameries.

    On the music front, we have opted to switch it up, instead of the large stage with one band the festival will feature local bands and buskers from the Asheville area sprinkled throughout the festival, unplugged, allowing attendees to enjoy live music as they are in line for a sample of cider or mead! You will enjoy music by Goldie & The Screamers, Shifty Drifters (Abby the Spoon Lady), and many more great bands.

    True to its roots, this year’s event will also feature something for the home cider makers. A Home Cider Making Booth sponsored by Asheville Brewers Supply will offer cider making kits, educational demonstrations, and a casual area for home cider makers to share their cider as well as lessons they have learned.

    The family friendly event has had great fun painting pumpkins and doing fall crafts in previous years but this year will offer an Interactive Children’s Area focused on green living. This area will have hands on fun educational activities and demo’s for both the children and adults to learn.

    Providing more opportunities to learn about hard cider, all attendees will receive a take home Tasting & Event Guide to highlight differences in cider, ingredients, and origins and to take notes about the ciders sampled. Don’t miss out, purchase tickets early, the event is expected to sell out. This event is RAIN OR SHINE.

  • Sat
    07
    Nov
    2015
    Los Angeles, CA

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    Tour Details:

    Join us as we tour California with some of the World’s Top Hard Cider Makers. The Hard Core Cider Tour: Los Angeles takes place on November 7th, 2015 at Brookside Park (next to the Rose Bowl) from 12pm to 4pm.

    If imbibing from craft artisanal and ciders has not convinced you, perhaps mouth watering food from some of L.A. best Food Trucks (food sold separately), Live Music, and Jumbo Lawn Games will do the trick!

    The Hard Core Cider Tour is about much more than great ciders, live music, and having a blast. At every Tour Stop, we give back to a local charity that benefits from a portion of the proceeds of every ticket sold. This year, we are raising funds for Enrich LA.

    This is strictly a 21 and over event.

    Date & Time:

    Saturday, November 07, 2015

    12:00PM to 4:00PM (PDT)

  • Sat
    07
    Nov
    2015
    Sun
    08
    Nov
    2015
    Franklin County, MA

    November 7th - 8th, 2015

    We are excited to present the 21st annual CiderDays on the first full weekend of November — check out the 2015 Highlights below for the latest information for this year's event.

    Ticket sales are NOW OPEN

    What is CiderDays?

    CiderDays is a annual community celebration of all things apple in beautiful Franklin County, Massachusetts. 2015 marks our 21st year with tours, cidermaking and tastings, workshops and much more in orchards and venues county-wide from Ashfield, Deerfield, Charlemont and Colrain to New Salem and the towns in between. For all who love apples, fresh or hard cider, apple cuisine, apple orchards or just being in New England in the fall, CiderDays is not to be missed!

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  • Fri
    13
    Nov
    2015
    Sun
    22
    Nov
    2015
    Virginia

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    Virginia Cider Week 2015 will showcase locally fermented ciders from across the Commonwealth. From Nov. 13-22, a bevy of tastings, workshops and other events invites cider lovers to experience this historic craft firsthand while fostering economic growth and tourism.  In 2012, Gov. McDonnell made a Virginia Cider Week Proclamation making Virginia the first state to have an officially proclaimed “Cider Week.”

    http://ciderweekva.com

  • Sat
    14
    Nov
    2015
    1pm - 5pmSanta Paula, CA

    2257801The Core Pour an inaugural hard cider tasting competition will take place in beautiful Santa Paula, CA Saturday November 14, 2015.  Santa Paula provides the perfect setting of relaxing autumn country side while walking to over 20 hard tasting stations and non-alcoholic cider for the kids.  Along with delicious ciders you will be able to enjoy great food pairings from local eateries. Plus there will be live entertainment to keep you dancing. Buy your tasting tickets here for 21+
    Your ticket sale proceeds benefits America in Bloom Santa Paula.

    http://www.thecorepour.com

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