Workshop teaches ins and outs of hard cider production
SULTAN, Wash. ó Both sides of Washington State are well suited to an expanding hard cider industry. Learn about the entire process by taking the Washington State University Extension workshop "Hard Cider Making & OrchardingĒ from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday, March 24 at Edís Apples in Sultan, Wash.
The workshop costs $70 per person and includes a catered box lunch and copy of the WSU hard cider publication. Participants will learn how to grow and maintain a cider orchard as well as learn the steps necessary to create a quality hard cider. Included is an in-depth overview of the topic covering varietal selection, growing and harvest information, as well as an informal look at the production steps from raw fruit to finished bottle.
Gary Moulton, a consultant for the Western Washington fruit industry and co-author of the WSU publication Hard Cider Production and Orchard Management in the Pacific Northwest, will be instructing the course.
Edís Apples is located at 13420 339th Ave SE just off SR 2 in Sultan. To register, visit Brown Paper Tickets
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