Sip Cider for a Good Cause at Scribner’s Catskill Lodge

Cider season is here! Scribner’s plans to celebrate on October 13 and 14 during Cider in the Mountains 2018…

And, proceeds from Ciderfest go to the Catskill Mountain Foundation, a not-for-profit focused on providing arts and performance to the northern Catskills communities of Hunter, Tannersville, and Maplecrest. So, sip on artisan cider, support the arts in the process. Win-win!

cider in the mountains 2018

Join Scribner’s and a host of cider makers on Saturday and Sunday, October 13 and 14, 12pm to 6pm, for two solid days of food, cider tastings and samples, children’s activities, games, breathtaking autumnal views of Hunter Mountain, and a whole lot more. Admission for both days is $20 for entry only, $40 for entry and tastings, and $10 for attendees under 18 years of age. Go here to order tickets in advance.

Brooklyn Cider House, participating cider-maker at Ciderfest. Photo by Michael Tulipan.

Participating cider-makers include Brooklyn Cider House, Kings Highway Fine Cider, Wayside Cider, Sauvage Cider, and Abandoned Hard Cider.

“We were amazed by last year’s extraordinary response and cannot wait to see this year’s turnout,” said Marc Chodock, Managing Partner of Scribner’s Catskill Lodge. “We are thankful for being able to partner with the Catskill Mountain Foundation as a way for us to have further impact in the community. Led by Peter and Sarah Finn, the Foundation has done a lot to provide outstanding programming and development support in the Catskill area.”

Wayside Cider. Photo by Natalie Chitwood.

Scribner’s Lodge is located at 13 Scribner Hollow Road, Hunter, Greene County. Find out more about Scribner’s as well as Cider in the Mountains 2018 by visiting www.scribnerslodge.com, or message hello@scribnerslodge.com. 

About Scribner's Catskill Lodge

Perched high on a hill surrounded by fields of grass and trees stands Scribner’s Catskill Lodge. Since 1966, this building has welcomed and warmed the spirits of adventurers seeking refuge from their daily lives and explorers looking for something new.

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