The science behind why cider is more like wine than beer

Tuesday, October 4,  6 PM

Note: Our Science Cabaret + Cider Alliance events are popular. The event is free, but we are requesting RSVPs:

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At 6:00 PM
Meet the makers: Join us starting at 6:00 pm for a Cider Happy hour! Enjoy a delicious glass of cider from a Finger Lakes cider maker. Cash bar.

At 7:00 PM
Then at 7:00 pm, put your cider thinking caps on:

Cornell University extension associate, Chris Gerling and cider maker Autumn Stoscheck have planned an evening of engaging conversation and perhaps some controversy. We will discuss the fermentation process vs the brewing process from ingredients through stabilization.  Tastings along the way will illustrate similarities and differences between cider, wine, and beer. Together we will answer the question: Does hard cider belong in the same category as beer?

About our presenters

Chris Gerling is an Extension Associate at the New York State Agricultural Experiment Station in Geneva, NY. He is the manager of the Vinification & Brewing Laboratory and creates educational content for producers of wine, fermented cider and distilled sprits in New York state.

Autumn Stoscheck is owner of Eve’s Cidery in Van Etten, NY.

Coltivare | 235 S Cayuga St | FREE


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