Northwest Vine Time breaks into the cider category with the Northwest Cider Association’s own Bull Run Cider.
NW Vine Time 2/22/14
Brian broadcasts from the comforts of our Portland studio this weekend, welcoming two of the pioneers in the Oregon cider industry and tasting through their unique offerings.
Cider is the next big thing, and the Northwest is poised to be the center of the growing US cider industry. For the first time, the radio show features cider. Pete Mulligan and Galen Williams, owners of Bull Run Cider in Forest Grove, OR explain the cider revolution.
Pete Mulligan and Galen Williams, owners of Bull Run Cider in Forest Grove, OR explain the Cider Act, federal legislation which will help the Northwest cider industry. Also learn about the growing industry including heirloom apples, the key raw materials needed to make great ciders.
Craft cider is a change of pace from beer and wine and it’s a historic time in the Northwest cider industry. Taste through a line up with Bull Run Cider from Forest Grove, OR with owners Galen Williams and Pete Mulligan. They also grow 60 different varieties of cider apples and perry pears.
Educating consumers about cider is key to growing the category. Bull Run Cider owners Pete Mulligan and Galen Williams of Forest Grove, OR talk about the opportunities to grow the industry.
NORTHWEST VINE TIME
Northwest native, estate planning strategist and wine aficionado Brian Bushlach pops the cork with listeners in Seattle and across our region every Saturday afternoon. In it’s sixth year on the airwaves, Northwest Vine Time is the only show dedicated to Northwest wines and the faces & places behind them. Brian features top winemakers, restaurateurs and travel destinations throughout Washington and
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