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2nd Annual Ciderwalk in Downtown Willow Glen

This year’s Ciderwalk – a follow-up to last year’s inaugural event – is set for Saturday, July 29 from 2pm to 6pm in downtown Willow Glen.

A quick peek at the weather forecast calls for a bright, sunny day, a perfect backdrop for sampling ciders while visiting the local businesses in the area.

A partial list of the participating cider companies and tasting locations was recently announced:

Cider Companies

  • 101 Cider House
  • Angry Orchard
  • Far West Cider Company
  • Golden State Cider
  • Rider Ranch Ciderworks
  • Red Branch Cider & Brewing Company
  • Stella Cidre
  • Troy Cider
  • Krazy Farm Cider Company
  • Mission Trail Cider Co
  • South City Ciderworks
  • Strongbow Cider
  • Wildcide
  • And more…

Tasting Locations

  • 20twenty cheese bar
  • Bay Area Phone Doctor
  • Bella James Women’s Boutique
  • Bruni Gallery
  • Details Clothing Co.
  • Eye Luv Lucy
  • Goosetown Lounge
  • Gold Star Jewelers
  • Main Street Burgers
  • Mariette – Premium Chocolate
  • Ohana Board Shop
  • Park Place Vintage
  • Round Table Pizza
  • Three Sisters/Our Secret
  • Vin Santo
  • And more…

Early bird tickets for Ciderwalk are available through this week for $30 and go up to $35 next week. Tickets include a custom glass, passport and cider tasting at each location. A limited number of tickets will be available for $38 at the event.

For additional information – and to purchase tickets – visit the Ciderwalk Evenbrite page.

And check out my previous post from last year to learn about the origins of Ciderwalk.

Beerwalk Presents Inaugural Ciderwalk in Santana Row

Ciderwalk First Ever

The team behind the Beerwalk series – including co-founders Jordan Trigg and Charlie Mann – are excited to present the first-ever Ciderwalk, taking place Wednesday, August 31 from 6pm to 9pm in Santana Row.

Ciderwalk will have the look and feel of a Beerwalk event. You’ll be able to stroll a local neighborhood – the Santana Row community in this case – and visit a variety of shops and restaurants while enjoying refreshing ciders – in lieu of beers – with other attendees.

Jordan recently shared with me how Ciderwalk came about:

“Since the start of Beerwalks – going on 5 years – we have always had 1 to 3 cider companies included in every walk. With the success of the Beerwalks, we are now receiving an overwhelmingly increasing amount of breweries requesting to participate, to the point we are turning away great breweries since every walk can only feature 20 to 25.

“In order to make more room for breweries we decided to no longer include cider companies in Beerwalks and instead create a walk dedicated solely to cider. Plus, we’re continuing to see the growing popularity of ciders. Thus, the Ciderwalk was born.”

Participating cider companies and tasting locations were recently announced.

Cider Companies

  • 101 Cider House
  • Angry Orchard
  • Brothers Cider
  • Golden State Cider
  • Half Pint Ciders
  • Magners Cider
  • Rabbit’s Foot Meadery
  • Redwood Coast Cider
  • Surf City Cider
  • Schilling Cider
  • South City Cider
  • Stella Cidre (cider)
  • Strongbow Cider
  • Troy Cider
  • Wildcide Hard Cider
  • Woodchuck Cider
  • Wyder’s Cider

Tasting Locations

  • Bellarmine Barber Shop
  • BoConcept San Jose
  • Consuelo Mexican Bistro
  • Diesel Santana Row
  • El Jardin Tequila Bar
  • Jest Jewels
  • Kit and Ace
  • lululemon athletica San Jose
  • Maggiano’s Little Italy San Jose
  • Makers Market
  • Marine Layer
  • Oakley O Store
  • Orvis San Jose
  • Rosie McCann’s Irish Pub & Restaurant
  • Splendid at Santana Row
  • Santana Row Leasing Office
  • Sunglass Hut
  • The Bay Club

Check-in takes place from 5pm to 8pm at Santana Row Park.

Early bird tickets for Ciderwalk are currently available for $30 but go up to $35 if purchased the week of the event.

Tickets are available at the Ciderwalk Evenbrite page and include a cider tasting at each location, a custom glass and a passport.

There’ll be a limited number of tickets available at the event for $38. Proceeds help benefit the Bay Brewers Guild.

About the inaugural Ciderwalk, Jordan adds, “We have received a great response from the beer and cider community and are on pace to sell out the event. If the event goes as planned, we hope to have a couple Ciderwalks in 2017!”