Gathering of the Farm Cideries 2018

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The annual Gathering of the Farm Cideries is back at Nine Pin Cider in Albany February 17. Tickets are on sale now -- they're $25 ahead online / $30 at the door. There are two sessions: noon-3 pm and 4-7 pm, and they're ticketed separately.

Event blurbage:

On Saturday February 18th [sic], join us on Nine Pin's production floor with farm cideries from all corners of the state for a tasting and market experience that only New York State can offer. Enjoy free samples of unique batches of ciders all made from New York apples with the ability to purchase limited and exclusive ciders by the growler, bottle, and can to go!

The list of cideries is still to come. In the past the event has included more than 15 different cider makers from around the state. (As you know, there's been a hard cider boom in New York over the last few years, in part because of the state's new rules for cideries that make their beverages from New York State-grown ingredients.)

This event has sold out the past few years. So if you'd like to go, it's probably a good idea to get tickets sooner rather than later.

Nine Pin advertises on AOA.

Comments

I think Feb 18th is a Sunday, not Saturday - please verify.

Also - Wow! I so want to attend this!

@Tess: The event is that Saturday. It looks like that's just a typo in the clipped blurbage.

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