Cider cocktails offer a sparkly alternative for fall quaffing Hard cider consumption is on the rise in the U.S. as thirsty bar and restaurant (and ballgame and liquor store) patrons increasingly order the crisply sweet alternative to beer and wine. No surprise, then, that mixologists are crafting cocktails from the fruit-based beverage. “Cider gives
World’s Best Ciders This week is the fifth annual Washington Cider Week. In the past five years the production of hard cider has tripled, marking the comeback of the beverage of choice during colonial times. Bill Bradshaw is the co-author of several cider books, including the award-winning "World's Best Cider". Bill's visit provides insight on the
Where to Drink Cider During Washington Cider Week The celebration kicks off tomorrow.
Celebrating craft cider in Seattle From September 10-20, 2015, visitors to Seattle looking to expand their palates should check out the fifth annual Washington Cider Week. Sherrye Wyatt, executive director of the Northwest Cider Association (NWCA) cited the significance of this event. “As awareness and interest in cider increase both nationally and around the
Summer’s ultimate al fresco feast (with flowers) By Jessica Yadegaran Right now, Jello Mold Farm in Mt. Vernon is awash in the bright colors of late summer. Zinnias. Dahlias. Coral peonies and white lilies. Sunflowers and roses as far as the eye can see. The sustainable flower farm, which shares its seven acres with
3 Places to Try in Seattle this Weekend by Megan Hill Every week, Eater offers three picks for places to eat and drink over the weekend. Welcome back to Eater Seattle’s Something for the Weekend column. Every Friday, you probably think the same question: Where should I eat and drink this weekend? Covering
Gluten-free? Three Seattle treats to try right now By: Jessica Yadegaran Seattle takes its biscuits and pizzas seriously. But our chefs are also very keen on satisfying the palates of celiacs and the gluten intolerant with equally yummy bready delights. Here are three fantastic new-ish eats for those with gluten allergies.
Capitol Cider, Four Bloody Marys and a Side of French Toast By Shelley Buchanan I don’t do gluten free. In fact, I actively seek out so much gluten that I have an Amazon subscription to deliver 5 lb packs of the stuff. Personally, unless you’re actually Celiac, I just don’t get it. But I do
Pairing is Caring: Cider Dinners By Brooklynn Johnson A bright, acidic white wine and a rich triple cream cheese. A good brew and a beefy patty on a pretzel bun with all of the fixings. Some foods have already found life-long partners in their liquid libation counterpart. But with cider still being so new to
Food Porn: Brunch at Capitol Cider By Jennifer Liu This brunch is pretty awesome Capitol Cider offers brunch on the weekends with a menu ranging from steak & eggs to pork schnitzel or something sweet, or more of a lunch item. Pair it with the casual atmosphere and great service and this establishment easily makes its way to