Commercial Cider Making Workshop
Presented by UVM Extension & Center for an Agricultural Economy
Getting serious about cider marking? Come learn quality control best practices and latest equipment recommendations for handling, storing, and processing of apples after harvest. Learn how food-safe practices can ensure quality control. Discuss potential value-added products with food safety experts, including the safety of shelf-stable acidic and acidified foods, cider pasteurization, UV cider processing, and the laws around hard cider production. This workshop is intended for people interested in pursuing commercial value-added apple products (cider, jams, vinegars, etc.). Participants should come with questions about specific products, designs and processes that they are considering. This event is free but registration is required. Signs for Parking will be posted. Lunch will be provided. REGISTER HERE
Date and Time
Fri, August 24, 2018
11:30 AM – 3:30 PM EDT
Walden Heights Nursery & Orchard
120 Route 215
Walden, VT 05873
Center for an Agricultural Economy
140 Junction Rd. Hardwick, VT 05843
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