2nd Annual Cider Makers Dinner

Sponsors

Thank you to this year's Cider Maker Dinner Sponsors!

 

Presenting Sponsor

The News Tribune

 

Cidermaker Sponsor

Olympic Property Group

 

Barrel Sponsors, Ciderkin Sponsors & Cider Patrons

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Meet the Cider Makers! 

The Cider Makers Dinner returns for 2017 with an amazing local culinary team, delicious ciders, and serene views of Mt. Rainer and Gig Harbor's waterfront.

This year's dinner will feature epicurean works by Sue Glenn of The Green Turtle and her culinary team, and regional cidermakers in a special blend of flavors and fun.

Cidermakers will share tasting techniques and cider lore, explain the process – from orchard to glass, and more. Six small-plate courses, using the freshest ingredients grown and produced by our Pierce County farmers and fishers, will be paired to each cider course.

The evening's ambiance, set with multi-textural acoustic guitar by Rob Rigoni, will revolve around an authentic farm-fresh theme. 

The all-inclusive dinner/tasting experience includes a take-home cider vessel handcrafted by local potter Jordan Meyers.

  • Date: September 29, 2017
  • Time: 6 pm - 9 pm
  • Location: The Green Turtle Restaurant, 2905 Harborview Drive, Gig Harbor
  • Tickets: $100 per person. Includes 6-course meal, ciders, and an exclusive ceramic Cider Swig cider vessel to take home, by local potter Jordan Meyers.

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*SOLD OUT.  Weather dependent, 10 more seats may be added to the dinner in the week of  September 18th.

Check out the 2017 Menu.

 

 

This special night with the cider makers is limited to the first 50 reservations.

 

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Exclusive handcrafted Cider Swig cider vessels by local potter Jordan Meyers.

 

Proceeds benefit diverse conservation and watershed restoration projects, and environmental education in parks, natural areas and on trails in our greater Gig Harbor and Key Peninsula region.