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Ciders of Montana Flight Night

  • Reverend Nat's Public Taproom 1813 Northeast 2nd Avenue Portland, OR, 97212 United States (map)

It may be Oregon Cider Week, but that means bringing our favorite Montana-made ciders not otherwise available in Oregon to our local fans! Our taps are taken over by Montana CiderWorks and Western Cider.

Enjoy a 6-cider flight of

Western Cider:
McIntosh
Poor Farmer (hopped)
Heirloom

Montana CiderWorks:
Darby Pub (PICC 2016 Best of Show and Cup winner)
North Fork Traditional
Small Batch - Dolgo (gold medal at 2017 GLINTCAP)

Western Cider is Missoula, Montana's first cidery. In 2010, Michael Billingsley planted 2,500 cider apple trees in the Bitterroot Valley. He continued to plant hundreds of trees every year since - on his orchard and orchards throughout the valley. Western Cider aspires to create an institution of great cider, good times and a life worth living in this far-flung region of the American West.

Located in Darby, MT, Montana CiderWorks offers exceptional English-style ciders crafted from Bitterroot Valley apples and other local fruits.

21+ only. No advance tickets needed.

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Earlier Event: June 15
Live Podcast of Geek in the City
Later Event: June 16
Cider + Bitters