This week my friends – and great supporters of local craft cider – Bestie are throwing a week long celebration of Cider. You can expect to find the best and newest ciders available all week long – even a couple you probably haven’t heard of yet. Got a craft cider that you want to enjoy with friends? No worries. They are even allowing people to bring cider down – no corkage fee. Expect to find me there on Thursday having a few ciders – come say hi if you spot me!
We’ve been drinking a lot cider lately and up here in the Pacific Northwest we grow a lot of apples. The harvesting of these apples happens at two times, late summer and mid autumn, depending on varietal. After the apples are picked, cider can be made. To celebrate this glorious time of year, Bestie is doing a cider week to showcase this beautiful, historic beverage. Running Monday, November 17th to Sunday, November 23rd, you can try small batch farmhouse cider and limited edition seasonals from some of the finest, (and newest) cideries in the Pacific Northwest. Washington, Oregon, and British Columbia are all represented, and there’s even a few from across the pond. So come by for a cup and see what’s going on in craft cider.