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Saturday, 25 May 2019 from 6:00 PM to 7:30 PM + Add to calendar25/05/2019 18:0025/05/2019 19:30Australia/HobartThe History of Pagan Cider - a TastingThe History of Pagan Cider - a Tasting Saturday, 25 May 2019 from 6:00 PM to 7:30 PM (Tasmania Standard Time) Organiser Ms. Felicity Lemon firstname.lastname@example.org Address Pagan Cider 7891 Channel Hwy Cygnet Tasmania 7109 Australia Event web page: https://www.stickytickets.com.au/86192/the_history_of_pagan_cider__a_tasting.aspxPagan Cider
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Pagan Cider - Origins and Tasting
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Have you tasted the very first Pagan Cider? Or Huon Pine Cider? How about Bushfire Cherry Juice?
Join us for a fascinating tasting journey through the origins and history of Pagan Cider, with some quirky and unusual detours along the way.
Includes tastings of 10 items - some delicious, others interesting - and shared platters.
Presented by Terror Australis Readers and Writers Festival and Pagan Cider.
When: Saturday, 25th of May 2019 from 6pm
Where: Pagan Cider, Cygnet
Cost: $35 per person, includes
- over 90 minutes, 10 tastings of various Pagan Cider vintages and experiments
- Shared platters
Additional drinks available for purchase.
MATCH Lab FUNDRAISING - $1 = $2
With thanks to the generosity of Pagan Cider and MATCH Lab, all funds raised through the event are doubled - $1=$2 – to go toward the Free Community Program in the Huon Valley’s new Terror Australis Readers and Writers Festival.
Terror Australis Readers and Writers Festival (TAF2019) is Tasmania's newest biennial writers festival.
Join us in the stunning Huon Valley, 31 Oct to 3 Nov 2019, for Murder She Wrote, a four day whirlwind of masterclasses, workshops, book parties and panel discussions to die for.
Auspicious Arts Projects Inc.
TAF2019 is a non-profit festival auspiced by Auspicious Arts Projects Inc. Auspicious Arts collects 10% GST on all sales and retains 5% of festival cash flow.