The Great Cider Debate: An Innovative Tasting
Wednesday 2nd January | 6 'til 7.30 | St Edmund's Hall, Oxford | Free but limited places
Save New Year's resolutions for one more day and join us to discuss and taste all things cider. Farming Today's, Anna Hill will be asking all the important questions; how are cider producers preparing for Brexit, how is a changing climate affecting our favourite tipple, and just how does grazing sheep in orchards affect the taste of cider?
It won't all be talk though. The panel will be bringing their ciders so you can taste how the decisions they make on-farm affect the finished products.
On the panel & bringing the cider:
- Barny Butterfield, Sandford Orchards
- Henry Chevallier Guild, Aspall
- Albert Johnson, Ross on Wye Cider & Perry Company
- Helen Thomas, Westons Cider
Chairing the discussion:
- Anna Hill, Farming Today
Open to all and timed to fit alongside both Oxford Farming & Oxford Real Farming Conferences. A 7-minute walk from Oxford Town Hall, 2 minutes from Examination Schools.