Join cider makers Matthew and Katie at Twin Island Cider for an orchard & cidery tour, a demo of two traditional pressing methods, a honey bee talk by a local beekeeper, and by-donation cider tasting.
Bring a small dish to share and tools to eat with if you’d like to join us for a (weather dependent) potluck dinner in the orchard afterwards.
WHEN: Sunday, September 10, 1PM-4PM (Potluck to follow)
WHERE: Twin Island Cider, 5601 Lupin Rd, Pender Island, BC
REGISTER: Cider tasting, by donation: http://twinislandciderfarmtour.brownpapertickets.ca
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About Twin Island Cider
Twin Island Cider is a small, land-based cidery on Pender Island. Last year we harvested 35,000 pounds of apples and pears from Pender and Mayne Island. We specialize in small batches, wild fermentation, and operate a tasting room throughout the spring and summer season.
We harvest from many backyards and orchards around Pender, so our business is very community-based. Many of the trees we harvest are over eighty years old! We will mainly be touring our new planting of tall-spindle, dwarfing apple trees, however, and talking about the pros and cons of combining high-density models with organic practices.
Learn more about Twin Island Cider here!