Exclusive Slow Food London opportunity to visit London’s only commercial cider maker using unwanted fruit.
A wonderful visit to London Glider Cider in Woodford Green Monday evening March 25. Beginning in 2010, this innovative producer uses fruit from East London and suburban gardens that would otherwise go to waste. It is collected by London Glider for processing. Its operations conform exactly to Slow Food principles of local provenance and concern for the environment. It even ensures that residue pulp is given to a local farmer as animal feed.
Cider makers are husband and wife, Peter Newton and Rochelle Schwartz, and close friend, John Burgess. They’ll explain the making of the cider – pulping, fermenting, blending and maturing. As a special treat, the actual blending of differing raw ciders to produce the 2012 vintage dry or medium dry cider will be demonstrated. London Glider will for the first time be producing perry and its blending will also be shown.
London Glider cider has achieved acclaim in just 24 months. It’s won awards at festivals and is now stocked by renowned London pubs and restaurants such as Craft Beer Company in Clerkenwell – CAMRA’s City Pub of 2012!
Plus - tastings of previous vintage London Glider dry and medium dry cider
Booking is essential as numbers are strictly limited. £12 members and £15 non-members.
How to book
1. with email and an online bank transfer
Send an email giving all relevant details of your booking to email@example.com
- Transfer the money via online or phone banking to Slow Food London Convivium, The Cooperative Bank, Sort Code: 08-92-99 A/c No: 65139411
2. to book by cheque
Post a covering note with a cheque made out to Slow Food London, to Slow Food London, Bill Green, 15 Cleveleys Road, London, E5 9JW.
London Glider Cider
59 Kings Avenue
5-10 minute walk from Woodford Tube station on the Central line
Contact: Bill Green, 0208 806 6517. Email firstname.lastname@example.org On March 25 contact mobile 07796 818835.