Cider Apples 101: Not Your Average Grocery Store Produce

Molly Allen

Cracking open a can or a bottle of cider is an experience for cider lovers: embracing a unique beverage in its own right thanks to its balance of tartness, sweetness…

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Sipping in Roslyn: A Journey Back in Time

Molly Allen

Founded in 1886, Roslyn is a small town tucked away on the outskirts of the Cascades. But just because the town is small does not mean it’s lacking in character…

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4 Invigorating Kombuchas to Drink Now

Stasia Brewczynski

A fermentation of sweetened tea, kombucha is created thanks to a symbiotic colony of bacteria and yeast, often referred to by the acronym SCOBY. The resulting beverage is a slightly…

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3 Mocktail Recipes to Get You Through Dry January

Erin James

Dry January got you down? No problem because it’s National Mocktail Week and Washington-based founder Marnie Clark has a few recipes up her sleeves to keep you up without the…

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Cocktail Recipe: Bar Taglio’s Mini Martinis

Erin James

“Just look at that crumb line,” says Brendan McGill, chef and owner of Bar Taglio at the southern edge of Seattle’s downtown core. He was pointing at the slice of…

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Featured Events

Red Wine & Chocolate Tour

February 16 @ 11:00 am

Treat yourself with a taste of Whidbey’s finest locally-made wines, spirits, and chocolates. Four local wineries and two distilleries participate in this event that takes place over two weekends in…

McMinnville Wine & Food Classic — Sip!

March 13 @ 3:00 pm

Friday, March 13, 2020 – 3pm-9pm Saturday, March 14, 2020 – 11am-8pm Sunday, March, 15, 2020 – 12pm-5pm ___________________________________________ The 27th annual McMinnville Wine & Food Classic, also known as…

Northwest Cider Symposium

March 10 @ 8:00 am

The first ever Northwest Cider Symposium is an event to learn, grow, connect and celebrate our vibrant industry and will feature: The first trade show specifically for northwest cidermakers with…

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