Harvest is here, and apples are abundant! Time to make cider at home! But what equipment will you need? What should you prepare for as you begin? How should you finish? We will show you everything you need to know to make hard cider from fresh (sweet) cider, that you can pick up from the local farmers market. Cider School is in session. The class includes a flight of four Ciders, table snacks and the course instructor. We always end with a toast of something special from our collection.
For many, Thanksgiving is about turkey an ham paired with wine on the dinner table. Or maybe your holiday is more about beer and football on TV. Well, apple cider is rooted in American history, and was the beverage most likely present at early American Thanksgiving meals. Lets learn about the history of cider and how it fits into any sophisticated dinner course. We will also offer food pairing suggestions and perhaps ways to use cider in your cooking. The class includes a flight of four Ciders, table snacks and the course instructor. We always end with a toast of something special from our collection.
At The Northman we think, its not useful to ask what cider is good or bad - but rather, what do you like to drink? Well, since this evening also happens to be our Cider Directors birthday, we will ask him: what are your favorite ciders to drink? And then happily oblige. A night of story telling and maybe a few laughs. Tickets include a flight of four Ciders, table snacks and course instructor. We always end with something special from our collection.
We have hosted several class sessions covering “Cider 101” as a way of getting folks introduced to the basics of cider. Now we think you are ready for the next level. Dive a little deeper into cider making processes, the properties of cider and even where it all begins: the apple itself.
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