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2018 Events

Foggy Ridge Cider’s tasting room last open day was November 2017. Our cider is still available in limited supply in shops and restaurants across all our markets. For information on the orchard, cider apples or workshops in 2018, contact

March 3
How ‘Bout Them Apples
Charleston Wine & Food Festival
12:00 to 1:15 Charleston, SC

Join Foggy Ridge Cider founder Diane Flynt and Husk restaurant Sommelier Noah Singerman for this lively romp (and tasting) through a selection of the best orchard focused ciders from around the US. Sign up and sample six ciders that illustrate what “orchard cider” is all about, including some of the last Foggy Ridge Final Call blend. Limited tickets remaining.

March 10
Pruning and Training Young Apple Trees
Foggy Ridge Cider
Learn the basics of pruning and training young apple trees in this hands on workshop in the Foggy Ridge orchards. Space limited; $10 covers workshop and handouts. Contact to reserve a spot.

March 21
Cider Pairing Dinner “In Plain Sight”

Blue Bee Cider, Richmond, VA
Foggy Ridge teams up with our cider colleagues and Richmond star chef Brittany Anderson to raise awareness of human trafficing and to benefit the Institute of Human Trafficing. Reserve a spot today for a this cider dinner featuring blends from Foggy Ridge, Blue Bee Cider, Albemarle Ciderworks and Corcoran Cider.

April 21
Grafting Apple Trees
Foggy Ridge Cider
Learn how to graft your very own apple trees in this hands on workshop at Foggy Ridge Cider. Choose from over 20 heirloom apple varieties from the Foggy Ridge orchards, along with local favorites like Winesap and Gala. Both Floyd Extension Agent Jon Vest and Carroll Extension Agent Ashley Edwards will be on hand to share information. For $10 you will go home with three grafted trees. Sign up by calling Ashley at the Carroll County Extension Office 276 730-3110.

April 22
Library Series: Cider Workshop
Blenheim Winery
Diane Flynt joins Blenheim winemaker Kirsty Harmon to discuss the differences—and similarities—between fine wine and fine cider in this historic property’s elegant library. Sample cider from Foggy Ridge plus examples from top cidermakers from around the US. Reservations required. Details to come.

 Previous 2018 Events

February 2
CiderCon Industry Conference
Heritage Cider: Success Factors in Making and Selling Orchard Cider
Baltimore, MD

Diane Flynt from Foggy Ridge delivers this key note address in the “heritage cider” track of the industry’s annual conference of over 1200 cidermakers, including cider tasting from Eve’s Cider in New York, Dragon’s Head Cider in Washington and Castle Hill Cider from Virginia.