Capitol Cider daily specials benefit Green Plate Special

  • Capito Cider 818 E Pike St Seattle, WA, 98122 United States

Capitol Cider daily specials and July 31 event to benefit Green Plate Special

Capitol Cider will have daily food and cider specials in the month of July to benefit the youth gardening and cooking nonprofit Green Plate Special. The $6 gluten-free food specials will be made using produce from Green Plate Special's teaching garden, located in Rainier Valley. Capitol Cider is partnering with Methow Valley based Sixknot Cider, which will produce a special handcrafted cider infused with herbs from the Green Plate Special garden. $4 of every purchase of the daily special or cider will benefit youth gardening and cooking programs at Green Plate Special.

The month-long fundraiser will culminate with a celebration on July 31 from 6-9 pm in the downstairs bar of Capitol Cider. The event will feature live music by the John Sinclair Jr. Ensemble, and a drawing for a box of produce from the Green Plate Special garden and a Sixknot Cider gift package. Tickets for the drawing will be given to all who purchase food and cider specials in the month of July, as well as on the evening of July 31. The 21 and over event is open to the public, no RSVP necessary.

Capitol Cider is located on Capitol Hill at 818 East Pike Street. http://www.capitolcider.com/

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About Green Plate Special
Founded in 2011, Green Plate Special's mission is to inspire and empower middle school youth to experience food in new ways through gardening, cooking, and eating together.  Green Plate Special's teaching garden is located in Rainier Valley, and this summer they will complete an on-site kitchen classroom. http://greenplatespecial.org/

About Sixknot Cider
Our farm and cidery rest on the banks of the Methow River near Twisp, Washington. We only press certified organic Washington apples, selected from our trees and other local orchards. We do not add sulfites, preservatives or sugars.To retain the flavors often lost in processing, we do not filter. Our cidermaking is kith and kin to the natural wine movement - organic practices in the orchard and minimal intervention in the ciderhouse. http://sixknotcider.com/