Class Length: One-Day Class
Date: November 7, 2020
Time: 9:30 AM – 12:30 PM
No. of Students: Minimum: 8 students / Maximum: 30 students
Tools: Pen and paper to take notes
Description: From squeezing apples to filling bottles, a “how-to” for making traditional American cider! You’ll learn about selecting apple varietals, yeast, temperature, fermentation vessels, carbonating vs. still, bottling, and more. The workshop wraps up with DL cider tastings. Students will leave with 3 gallons of fresh pressed apple juice and fermentation supplies.
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Distillery Lane Ciderworks is a family-owned and run orchard located in the shadow of the Appalachian Trail in rural Maryland. They have 3500 trees with over 45 different apple varieties, producing national and international award-winning hard ciders with their fruit.