Join us for the inaugural event on the Cider Riot!® patio as we celebrate the bounty of trees, bushes and vines from Oregon and beyond. We’ve hand-picked some of our favorite ciders that go one step beyond the apple from our own cellar and from some of our favorite Oregon cidermakers, The Fruit Cider Invitational is a two day event held June 24th and 25th at the new Cider Riot patio located at 807 NE Couch. The invitational is open to everyone 21 and up to attend and runs from 4:00-8:00 pm on Friday and 2:00-8:00 on Saturday.
“It’s true that all cider starts with apples, but we wanted to celebrate the diversity and creativity of ciders being crafted with other fruits,” said Cider Riot! owner Abram Goldman-Armstrong. “From lowly strawberries to lofty lemons, we’ll have it all.”
Kebabs and gyros from Ramy’s Lamb Shack, Cider Riot’s resident foodcart, will be available throughout the invitational. Live acoustic bluegrass will be provided on Saturday from Licklog Dispute.
DATES AND TIMES: June 24th 4-8pm, June 25th 2-8pm
How much: Admission is free, $2 tasting tickets will be available for purchase, a 4oz taste is 1 ticket, a full glass is 3 tickets.
From Cider Riot!:
Oregon Hardy Kiwi Cider
Fragraria Corundum (Saphir Hops and Strawberries)
Chaos de Tejas Blood Orange Amarillo Hopped Cider
Lemmy’s Summer Camp Meyer Lemon Cider
And several extremely limited cask conditioned ciders
Limited one-off ciders from our friends at:
Portland Cider, Reverend Nats, Baird and Dewar, ^5 Cider, Apple Outlaw, Anthem Cider, Swift Cider, Bushwhacker Cider, New West Cider, and 2Towns Ciderhouse.
Cider Riot! Is a small-scale cidery located in founder Abram Goldman-Armstrong’s North Tabor garage, dedicated to producing flavorful refreshing craft and artisan ciders. Cider Riot! Has risen to prominence in the NW cider scene and is currently in the process of building a production facility and tasting room at 8th and NE Couch, just off East Burnside. The tasting room is slated to open in August, and the Fruit Cider Invitational marks the first event in the patio at the cidery’s new home, and is easily accessible via bicycle, bus, and streetcar.