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Hard Cider Summer Tour




Event Details

Date

August 25, 2021

Time

9:30am

Cost

Cider Tour Suggested Donation : $5.00

(addl attendee $5.00 ea.)

Free Registration : Free

Host

Eastern New York Commercial Horticulture



AGENDA

9:30 AM: Stop one: Samascott Orchards https://www.samascott.com/   5 Sunset Ave, Kinderhook, NY 12106

Visit with Ron and Bryan Samascott to learn about their cider apple production, including new plantings of cider varieties, older varieties that have a revived market with cider producers, and their multi-generational diversified farm.

Travel time: 45 minutes

12:00 PM: Stop two: Indian Ladder https://www.indianladderfarms....  342 Altamont Road, Altamont, NY 12009

Our lunch stop. Afterwards, we'll hear from Dietrich Gehring and Chris Carballeira about Indian Ladder's apple and cider production.

Travel time: 25 minutes

3:30 PM: Stop three: Nine Pin https://www.ninepincider.com/ 929 Broadway, Albany, NY 12207 

Our final stop for the day is an urban cidery in the heart of Albany. We'll learn from Alejandro del Peral about Nine Pin's business growth, fermentation practices, and marketing approaches.


Participants will use their personal vehicles to get from location to location and can join us for whichever stops they are interested in seeing. 

If you have any questions, please contact Gregory Peck at gmp32@cornell.edu

 



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