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Cider-making Workshop with Claude Jolicoeur – New Price

November 27, 2013

Thanks to a new partnership with the Really Local Harvest COOP we are able to offer the cider making workshop at a reduced cost.

Really Local Harvest, Transition Cocagne along with Slow Food Cocagne Acadie are holding an apple cider-making workshop on December 7 and 8th at Cocagne River Orchard 501 Chemin Cocagne Sud with Claude Jolicoeur a cider-making master and award winner from Quebec and author of The New Cider Maker’s Handbook, a book which is acclaimed as the most comprehensive reference on cider making.

This two day bilingual workshop will introduce you to the art of cider making as you create your own 19 or 23 litre batch (24 to 30 wine bottles). Participants will also receive Claude Jolicoeur’s book the New Cider Makers Handbook (a 50$ value). The workshop will be from 9am to 4pm — Bring your lunch

The new cost is $75 or $45 for Slow Food members and includes the full two days of workshop plus the apple juice and the book.

You must supply your own primary fermentation bucket for the workshop. Additionally, some other basic equipment will be required to permit completing the fermentation:, 19 (or 23) liter carboy, racking tube and hydrometer. We can arrange for beginner kits to be bought at the workshop for about $80 and these will last a lifetime of future cider/wine/beer making.

Register by December 5th, places are limited and first come, first served.
To register email at Transitioncocagne@gmail.com or call 506-227-8032 (Rémi)

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