Richmond kicks off Cider Week VA this weekend in Shockoe Bottom. This is the first event of this state-wide celebration that celebrates the apple in its liquid alcohol form.
Richmond Cider Celebration will take place Saturday, November 11th from 11am-4pm in Shockoe Bottom at 1615 East Broad Street.
In partnership with Virginia Cider Association, Enrichmond Foundation will bring together ten Virginia cideries, for your sipping pleasure.
Cideries include local cider rockstars Buskey and Blue Bee and these eight others:
- Albemarle CiderWorks
- Big Fish Cider, Co.
- Blue Bee Cider
- Bold Rock Hard Cider
- Buskey Cider
- Castle Hill Cider
- Courthouse Creek Cider
- Coyote Hole Ciderworks
- Foggy Ridge Cider
- Old Hill Cider
These cideries will showcase their craft ciders, and local Richmond restaurant, The Savory Grain will be the featured food vendor and for something, sweet guests will be able to nibble on treats fromMama Crockett’s Cider Donuts. There will be a series of workshops through the afternoon- cider tasting, cider and food pairing, and a Q&A with cider makers. Live music will be provided by local Richmond band Exebelle
This is a ticketed event. $30 in advance and $35 at the door. To get your tickets in advance head over here.
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