(Beacon, NY, September 12, 2022) – Start making your plans to attend an event during Cider Week New York celebrated statewide from Thursday, September 29th through October 9th, 2022. Events will include cider tastings, orchard tours, chef and cider pairings, cider markets, and more. With over 34 cideries participating across New York State, you are never more than just a few miles from a colorful and delicious fall outing celebrating New York Cider. For info on where to celebrate Cider Week New York and to be kept in the loop on the full listing of events, sign up at www.ciderweeknewyork.com.
“This year’s celebration will have curated events taking place across the state including Western New York, Finger Lakes, Catskills, Hudson Valley, Long Island, New York City, and more. Celebrating Cider Week New York is a great way to support small business, taste one of New York’s premium agricultural products, and enjoy all the iconic flavors and experiences the fall brings to New York,” says Scott Ramsey, Executive Director, New York Cider Association.
“The exciting growth of New York State’s cider industry has strong roots in the Hudson Valley’s 350-year history of commercial apple growing,” says Presenting Sponsor Dutchess Tourism, Inc. President & CEO Melaine Rottkamp. “New York Cider Week is a chance for us to celebrate the ‘keepers of the craft’ and the way their passion and skill elevates our Hudson Valley ingredients. We invite everyone to check out our new Dutchess Tourism Taste Finder craft beverage pass which features three of our fantastic Dutchess County orchard cideries.”
Cider Week New York has been celebrated for over ten years and is produced by the New York Cider Association. Directly tied to New York’s agricultural cash crop of apples, cider in New York has seen an unprecedented growth explosion of over 2400% over the past ten years and now has a $1.7 billion total economic impact to the NY state economy. With over 120 producers making over 5 million gallons of cider every year, New York continues to rank first in the country for the number of cider producers and second for apple growers. For more information, visit www.ciderweeknewyork.com.
Hudson Valley Region participating cideries include:
Angry Orchard Cider House, Brooklyn Cider House, Doc’s Hard Ciders, Graft Cider, Hudson North Cider Co., Hudson Valley Farmhouse Cider, Merchant’s Daughter Cider, Naked Flock Hard Cider, Orchard Hill Cider Mill, Original Sin Cider, Pennings Farm Cidery, Rockland Cider Works and Treasury Cider at Fishkill Farms
Capital Region participating cideries include:
Nine Pin Ciderworks and Little Apple Cidery
Catskills Region participating cideries include:
Lindner’s Cider and Seminary Hill Orchard & Cidery
Western New York Region participating cideries include:
Clarksburg Cider, Rootstock Ciderworks and Steampunk Cider
Long Island Region participating cidery includes:
Wolffer Estate Vineyard
Finger Lakes Region participating cideries include:
1911 Established Hard Cider, Blue Barn Cidery, Black Diamond Farm & Cider, Eve’s Cidery, Finger Lakes Cider House, Grisamore Cider Works, Kelloggsville Farm Cidery, Lake Drum Brewery, New York Cider Company, Redbyrd Orchard Cider, Small Pockets Farm, and South Hill Cider.