The courses are run at several locations in Kent, our Cidery, Suffolk and Nottinghamshire
at various times throughout the year. Please call or email email@example.com
The aim is to educate beginners, those with some experience of wine or beer making
or who have tried real cider making and want to learn more.
It is suitable for all ages and we have had everyone from small-holders or farmers
wanting to diversify to city workers, retirees and those passionate about learning
more about the origin of our food and drink. As long as you have a set of old clothes
and a sense of fun learning in a small group this is for you!
You will be taken from the origins of apples and cider - one of the oldest drinks
in history - to the practical aspects and equipment of both domestic and semi-commercial
production including practical work on chopping and pressing. You are welcome to
bring your own apples for identification and juicing and can of course take it away
Courses are 1 day and usually last from 10am to 4.30pm or so with light lunch and
refreshment. In addition if you have more than 6 people the course can be given at
your own premises.
For a short synopsis of the course and participant comments please download the flyer
I Look forward to meeting you soon.
"How many can you handle?!"
Simon has been running cider making courses since 2008 and these have become extremely