Monday, September 23, 2013

Make Your Own Cider Workshop

The Carey Center for Global Good's Farm Brewing Project is hosting a ‘make your own’ cider workshop at Conkling Hall’s Annual Chili Cook-Off. If you’ve got an overloaded apple tree, here’s your chance to make some sweet or hard cider!

Also, coming up —a honey talk and tasting with Master Beekeeper and neighbor, Richard Ronconi, this Saturday, September 28 from 3pm to 5pm at the Carey Center. See the attached poster for more details.

Make-Your-Own Cider Workshop

Saturday, October 12
12 pm to 3 pm
Conkling Hall, Methodist Hill, Rensselaerville

You bring the apples. We’ll help you do the rest!
1 to 1.5 bushels (20-25lbs) of apples needed
Wild apples work great!
Grinding & Pressing Stations
1-Gallon Hard Cider Kits
Wild Apple & Sweet Cider Tasting

$15 includes hard cider kit and instruction. Does not include apples or entry to Chili Cook-Off. Limited amount of pre-picked apples available for purchase.

Pre-registration is required! To register and/or for more information call Rebecca at 518.797.5100 or email

This event is organized by the Carey Center’s Farm Brewing Project, funded in part with a grant from the Hudson River Valley Greenway, and with support from Hennessey Homebrew Emporium.

And the information on the honey talk and tasting:

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