Hard Cider Tastings, Sun, Sept 17 & 24; Sat, Sept 23 & 30; 12-4

Whetstone Ciderworks Tastings at Scott FarmWhetstone Ciderworks of Marlboro, VT will pour samples, answer questions, and sell their delicious, dry, food-friendly artisanal hard ciders–showcasing heirloom and traditional European cider apples, mostly grown at Scott Farm. They’ll also be offering tastings at the farm on Sundays Oct 1, 8, 15 and Saturdays, Oct 7 & 14.


The Festival of Kingston Black: Hard Cider Event- Sun, Sept 24, 12-4 pm

Kingston Black heirloom applesA rare opportunity to meet five cider makers from four states and to sample their hard ciders made with Kingston Black heirloom apples! Come to Scott Farm’s Apple Barn to talk with Scott Farm’s orchardist and the cider makers, learn about “bitter” cider apple varieties, and sample hard ciders paired with local cheeses and charcuterie. Meet Ben Watson, author of Cider Hard and Sweet, at the book signing. The festival features Eden Specialty Ciders, Newport VT; Farnum Hill Ciders, Lebanon NH; Slyboro Ciderhouse, Granville NY; Stormalong Ciders, Sherborn MA; and Whetstone Ciderworks, Marlboro VT. The event is co-hosted by Scott Farm and Eden Specialty Ciders. $10 per person aged 21+, includes a commemorative tasting glass.

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Orchard Stroll, Sun, Sept 24, 10am

Scott Farm orchard strollJoin Orchardist Zeke Goodband to learn about the history of our heirloom fruits. We’ll discuss orchard ecology, how grafting was used to create the orchard, scout for pests and discuss how we manage them. No charge. 


Hard Cider Tastings, Sat, Oct 7 & 14 & Sun, Oct 1, 8 &15; 12-4

Whetstone Ciderworks Tastings at Scott FarmWhetstone Ciderworks of Marlboro, VT will pour samples, answer questions, and sell their delicious, dry, food-friendly artisanal hard ciders–showcasing heirloom and traditional European cider apples, mostly grown at Scott Farm. 


Orchard Strolls, Sun, Oct 1, 10am

Scott Farm orchard strollJoin Orchardist Zeke Goodband to learn about the history of our heirloom fruits. We’ll discuss orchard ecology, how grafting was used to create the orchard, scout for pests and discuss how we manage them. No charge.