Starting Friday August 2nd, from 3pm to 6pm, at the Seven Corners market (1954 SE Division Street) , Tieton Cider Works will be featuring their Yakima Dry Hopped Cider.
Tieton Cider Works describes Yakima Dry as “… a unique cider made with hops grown in the same region as Tieton’s apples, Wild Washington Apple Cider, with a pineapple aroma and a pronounced mineral quality, and the Cherry Cider, made with fresh fruit juice, added just before bottling.”
Then on Saturday August 3rd, from 2pm to 5pm, at the Concordia market (5320 NE 33rd Avenue) they will feature their Blossom Nectar.
Tieton Cider Works describes their Blossom Nectar as a “… medium bodied sweet cider with natural tree ripened fruit notes, the Yakima Valley Dry Hopped, and the Cherry Cider.”
What’s best about both cider tastings is that they are free and open to those 21 and over. Stop by either New Seasons Market locations, based on the set day.
About Tieton Cider Works
Tieton Cider Works was founded in 2008 by owner/operators Sharon and Craig Campbell. Located in the picturesque Yakima Valley, Tieton Cider Works boasts the largest orchard of cider varieties in Washington State, grown at Harmony Orchards, the same land that the Campbell’s grandfather homesteaded in the 1920s. Blending fresh-pressed cider fruit with organically grown dessert fruit, cider maker, Marcus Robert, creates over 10 varieties of naturally gluten-free cider, including seasonal and limited releases. As the cider industry has grown exponentially over the past few years, Tieton Cider Works has emerged as a leader in craft and quality, their cider garnering awards from across the nation. Tieton Cider Works has been featured in numerous publications, including Martha Stewart Living, Sunset, SIP Northwest, Imbibe, Beer West, and Draft. From branch to bottle, Tieton Cider Works controls every aspect of the growing and cidermaking process. To learn more, visit www.tietonciderworks.com.