Cider (fermented from apples) and perry (from pears) are amongst the oldest drinks produced in the UK. As world leader, Britain is the foremost cyder making country in the world and has a marvellous tradition and heritage associated with the products. (Cyder is the term for the first pressing with nothing added; cider is made by adding up to ten times water to the volume of apple pomade.) This one-day course is suitable for beginners, for those interested in making cider or perry at home.
26 October 2013
Hackney City Farm
1A Goldsmiths Row, London, E2 8QA
26 Oct 2013 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Venue Details & Map
1A Goldsmiths RowLondonE2 8QA
- +44 (0)20 7729 6381
- Public transport:
- Cambridge Heath, National Railway
- By Road:
- Exit the station on Museum side and walk down Cambridge Heath Rd. Turn left into Hackney Rd, the farm is situated half way down on the left.