Tag Archives: cider festivals
Posted on May 24, 2010 by Jim C.
Over the next week cider lovers have no less than 8 exciting regional cider events to get yourself along to. Represented from Suffolk in the East, to South Wales in the West, to Newark in the North(ish). There are some really talented cider and perry producers coming to the forefront, some for the first time [...]
Posted on January 10, 2010 by Jim C.
Wassailing is an old custom that takes place on Old Twelfth Night (17 January) or thereabouts, to exhort apple trees to fruit well the following season. Customs and songs differ from place to place. At many events cider is poured onto the roots and shots fired through the branches to ward off evil spirits. Warm [...]
Posted on September 21, 2009 by Jim C.
Apple Day is an annual celebration of apples and orchards, traditionally held on October 21 each year. Apple Day was initiated by Common Ground in 1990 and has been celebrated in each subsequent year by people organizing hundreds of local events. This is your chance to get involved, if you are new to cider and [...]
Posted on February 17, 2009 by Jim C.
Cider events are your chance to get up close and personal with your favourite ciders from around the country, as well as learning and tasting new types from new producers. Cider Festivals A Calendar list of Cider Festivals only. The calendar below is a combined list of Cider and Beer Festivals. Usually CAMRA events that [...]