Now in its third year, the Hood River Hard-Pressed Cider Fest gives seasoned and novice cider drinkers alike the chance to sample cider from Hood River County’s very own cider makers, as well as a variety of additional Northwest cideries. More than 20 cideries will be participating, with more than 30 ciders on tap. The day-long event also features local food carts, a kid’s area and a line-up of local music, from bluegrass to classic rock – guaranteeing a great time for the whole family. Spring showers aren’t a problem, as the tasting takes place in a covered hall. And, just a friendly reminder, pets are not allowed at the event.
$10 – Full event pass (includes entry into Cider Fest, entry into 21+ Cider Garden, 4 (3.5oz) taste tokens, and commemorative glass
$5 – Entry only (entry into Cider Fest event; does not include commemorative glass and tokens)
For details, check out Visit Hood River’s events page on Facebook or the CiderFest’s website.
We’ll see you there!
The Cider Society has updated the Cider Route for 2o16! We have includes some great new cideries, and added information on other amenities at the tasting rooms to help you better plan your visits. You’ll be able to tell which locations have food, fresh fruit, and sweet cider in addition to the hard cider! Check out the update here.
Trek across treacherous apple orchards and see cultivation of cider apple varietals. Earn your merit badge in cider tasting. Share your scary yeast stories while grilling up tasty brats. See how many apples you can press in half an hour. CiderCamp is a weekend-long, behind-the scenes look at the Columbia River Gorge cideries, orchards, and more! Transportation and meals are included,1 so all you need to bring is your tasting notebook and get ready to explore the Columbia River Gorge cideries! For details on this exploration of Gorge cider, check out the website at cider.camp.
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