Monday 22 October 2012

Mid-Wales Cider Fayre this weekend

A new event for the cider-making season in Glasbury.

Glasbury House, Glasbury Friday 26th – 28th October 2012

Mid Wales Cider Fayre - From pip to cider to glass.

Friday 26th – 28th October 2012
•A demonstration of cider production “from pip to cider to glass”

•A cider producer who also sells cider apple & perry pear trees.

•A demonstration of bee keeping, and the value of bees to pollinate the trees.

•A manufacture of apple processing equipment, to add the scrating and pressing stage.

•The programme would continue with a lecture on cider production including, advice on the fermentation, blending, and controlling the final alcohol contents.

•Concluding with a glass to taste the results from the on site producers.

•The fayre would also provide:

•Cider & Perry tasting competition

•Lecture on how to produce your own cider

•Live entertainment on Saturday evening.

•Real cider and perry is going through a big revival during these difficulty times, we are aiming to promote the Fayre to licensees, to hopefully get them to stock real ciders and perries.

•Cider producers in Wales and the local area to come and offer their ciders & Perries. and hopefully build lasting contracts.

•The general population who have an interest in cider & perry, to taste, drink, and produce.

•Tickets £6 in advance, £8 on the gate. £2 discount for CAMRA & WPCS members with a valid card. Included with entrance to the Fayre, Cider & Perry tasting competition, lecture on how to produce your own cider, and live entertainment on Saturday evening.

•Also available food, the chef has created a menu based on ciders and perries. Accommodation bunk house, camping, and B&B

Entry £6 in advance, £8 on the day.
CAMRA/ WPCS members
£2 discount with card.
For advance tickets contact Chris Charters:
Catering With Intent: PO Box 9, LD1 6WJ
Telephone: 01497 847638

Glasbury House, Glasbury, Hay-on-Wye, HR3 5NW

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