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Cider Summit SF is This Weekend!

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Cider Summit

Cider Summit SF returns to the Presidio on April 22 from 1:00 – 5:00 p.m. for the fourth annual Bay Area event. The region’s largest cider tasting festival is an opportunity for guests to meet and greet with cidermakers and taste popular and new releases.

Nearly 200 selections of cider from California and other states, along with ciders from over five different countries, will be available to taste. Guests will have the opportunity to immerse themselves in the cider experience and be guided through the tastings by the cidermakers themselves.

Cider Summit SF will also feature a variety of cider cocktails prepared by selected cideries, along with apple spirits. To complement the cider, specially paired food selections will be available for purchase from vendors including Whole Foods Market Truck, Slow Hand BBQ, and other assorted small bites.

Tickets are $40 in advance (also available at SF area Whole Foods Markets) and $45 at the door, cash only. VIP tickets are also available exclusively online in advance for $50, which includes exclusive early access to the event from 12:00 p.m. – 1:00 p.m. and two additional tasting tickets. Designated driver tickets are available for purchase at the event for $5 and include Boxed Water. Accompanied minors will be admitted at no charge. Purchase tickets here.

Cider Summit SF
Saturday 4/22
1-5pm
Civl War Parade Ground
[The Presidio]

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