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Digital Event: Museum Talks: A History of Cider Making in Wales

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8 September 2022, 7 - 7:30pm
Cost Pay What You Can - Suggested Donation: £5
Suitability Adults
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An illustrated history of making cider in Wales from the early vague references, its growth into a widespread rural activity during the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries, its decline, then its revival in the late 20th century. Cider is an alcoholic drink made from the fermented juice of apples. It was the staple drink of many of the rural inhabitants of the Welsh border counties until the early years of the twentieth century. Cider making was a skilled and ancient craft widely practised until the late 1950s, when it was largely replaced by factory produced cider. Traditional farmhouse cider continued to be produced on a small scale, however, keeping the craft alive, until a new crop of craft cider makers emerged in the 1990s onwards leading to its renaissance and development.

This session will be held in English.

This Talk will be hosted as a Live Zoom Webinar. An email reminder containing the link to join the Webinar will be shared with you 2 hours prior to the talk. This link can also be accessed via your online Amgueddfa Cymru customer portal. Please check your junk/spam email inboxes to ensure you receive the emails and contact events@museumwales.ac.uk if you do not. 

The webinar will be available to watch for 48 hours following the event and a link will be sent out to you via email.  If you are purchasing books in connection with this Talk please be aware that book sales close 10 minutes prior to the talk and all orders will be posted after this time. 

 

 

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