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The Festival of Kingston Black: Hard Cider Event at Scott Farm

Date & Time: 
Sep 24 2017 - 12:00pm - 4:00pm

In honor of the Kingston
Black, the “One Apple to Rule them All”, five cider makers from four states
come together in the Apple Barn at Scott Farm Orchard to showcase their hard
with this highly-prized heirloom apple. Come to Scott Farm’s Apple Barn to talk
with Scott Farm’s orchardist and the cider makers, learn about “bitter” cider apple
varieties, and sample  six or more
Kingston Black hard ciders, along with local food pairings. Meet Ben Watson,
author of Cider Hard and Sweet, at
the book signing. The festival features Eden Specialty Ciders, Newport VT;
Farnum Hill Ciders, Lebanon NH; Slyboro Ciderhouse, Granville NY; Stormalong
Ciders, Sherborn MA; and Whetstone Ciderworks, Marlboro NH. The event is
co-hosted by Scott Farm and Eden Specialty Ciders. $10 per person, aged 21 and
over, includes commemorative tasting glass. Register online, call 802-254-6868, or email events@scottfarmvermont.com


Scott Farm Orchard
707 Kipling Road
Dummerston, VT
United States
42° 54' 14.7348" N, 72° 34' 6.2868" W
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