Batlow Ciderfest

May 22, 2015

Batlow Ciderfest

Batlow Ciderfest 2015

You couldn't have asked for a better day or crowd!

Coffee On The Way

We're not going to lie, it was a big effort. We spent the majority of last week finishing and testing our second mobile bar. Printing labels and signs and finishing beer (just in time).

It was all worth it. The weather was amazing! The atmosphere was festive and the beer (and cider) was flowing!

Our Stall

We always look forward to events like Ciderfest and it's not for the reason you may think. Sure we make a little money but, what makes it truly worthwhile is the people. We get to introduce hundreds of people to our beer. We get to spend the day interacting with the people, the reason we make it and WE LOVE IT!

This year we had 8 beers on tap which is a first for us and we launched our crowdfunding efforts, so it really was a day of exciting events.

The day was a great success in the true sense of the word and we look forward to next year!

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Cant wait to sell you all some stubbies from our new bottling plant!

Home Time after a big day






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