Celebrate cider

BC Ciderweek begins on Oct. 18

Cideries from across Western Canada and the Pacific Northwest will gather this harvest season to celebrate the art of craft cider at Sea Cider Farm & Ciderhouse, 2487 Mt. St. Michael Rd.

The grand opening event for BC Ciderweek is on Oct. 18 from 2-6pm. Cideries in attendance include Rev Nats, Finnriver, and Teiton Ciderworks.

Local favourites will be on offer, including Merridale Ciderworks, Tod Creek Craft Cider, Spinnakers, Blue Moon Cider, Dominion Cider, Left Field and Twisted Hills Cider.

Tickets are available for $15 and include four cider tastings, entertainment from Jon Middleton of Jon & Roy, and a chance to try dozens of delicious craft ciders! seacider.ca

 

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