The Cider Crate

Month: September 2017

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Cidery Tour: Apple Falls Cider, Carring Place, ON (September 2017)

On our way home from the Toronto Cider Festival in 2017, we got a chance to visit the newly launched Apple Falls Cider Comapny. Checkout the audio, subscribe to the podcast and see the pictures!  Learn more about the family run farm and cider company via their website.

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Cidery Tour: 401 Cider Company, Colborne, ON (August 2017)

On our way to the Toronto Cider Festival in 2017, we got a chance to stop off and visit the 401 Cider Company. Checkout the audio, subscribe to the podcast and see the pictures!  Learn more about 401 via their website.

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City Cider Festival 2017 Event Preview

If you’re looking for a little Sunday cider adventure, City Cider – presented by Not Far From The Tree – is hosted at the Spadina Museum on Sunday Sept 17th for its seventh year.  It offers a very backyard, family friendly opportunity to sample a few ciders and keep the kids active as well.

PARTICIPATING ONTARIO CIDERIES AND BREWERS
Brickworks Ciderhouse
Spirit Tree Estate Cidery
Ernest Cider Co.
Thornbury
Duxbury Cider Co.
Collective Arts
Ironwood


Black Oak
Burdock Brewery
Alchemy Pickle Company

Activities:

Fun for kids includes children’s songs, potato sack races, face painting, orchard tours, arborist experience for kids, observational bee colony, a traditional printing press and art-making. There will also be lots of music and a community market.

Food:

There will be lots of food on-site as well, featuring:

  • Momofuku Daisho
  • The Drake Commissary
  • The Birchwood Kitchen
  • NFFT BBQ and Apple Fritters
  • Local Food Trucks!
    *Food & drink tickets will be available for purchase on event day.

You can also tour the grounds, Spadina Museum Historic House & Gardens – that wheelchair accessible and there is an elevator that accesses all levels of the museum.

Other Ways to Participate

Want to volunteer at the event? Register here: https://notfarfromthetree.org/volunteer-registration/ 

Want to be apart of the Cider Squad and make cider at the event? Click here: https://notfarfromthetree.org/2016/06/22/join-the-cider-squad/

Learn much more on the Not Far From The Tree website

Online advanced tickets are $10 and it includes a souvenir mason jar glass! Buy them here: https://www.eventbrite.ca/e/city-cider-2017-tickets-36409004312. Tickets at the door are $15 and children under 12 are free.

More photos are here from last year.