Cider making day
Sunday 13 September 2020
If you are tired of wasting spare apples, then turn them into a treat that was the traditional drink of Britain for nearly 1000 years. Join us for this one-day practical cider making course to learn how to make your own delicious cider and apple juice at home. You can even bring your own apples or pears and create a delicious drink from your home-grown produce.
Simon Reed appears regularly in the media and is a campaigner with CAMRA for real cider. Simon started his award winning Rough Old Wife Cidery in Kent 10 years ago and the Cidery now produces 4 delicious un-pasteurised artisan ciders all under traditional methods using local unsprayed apples with no added chemicals.
Participants are advised to wear suitable warm clothes, that you don’t mind getting grubby. Please wear closed shoes. If you have an abundance of fruit please feel free to bring your own apples and pears to press. You may like to bring a couple of 1 or 2 litre containers to take some samples home.
£95 per person, including tuition, teas and coffees. If you have any dietary requirements please let us know in advance.
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