Events Food & Drinks

Keep Warm at Chicago Cider Week

Dates:
February 12 – February 17

Surrounded by Michigan, Wisconsin, and Northern Illinois, Chicago enjoys a rich culture of apples. Cider is naturally Chicago’s drink of choice, for celebrating and keeping warm through the cold Windy City winters. It is home to boasting Right Bee Cider and now open Eris Cider House, as well as The Northman, Chicago’s first cider bar, and countless bars and restaurants with truly delicious cider.

Chicago Cider Week is an absolutely unique opportunity to spend time with and learn from makers, growers, and cider drinkers. We foresee nothing less but a robust list of events for every cider lover, including tastings at bars and restaurants across the city, community gatherings, and educational opportunities.

Head over to https://www.chicagociderweek.com/events/ for a full list of Chicago Cider Week events!

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Jodelle is originally from Hawaii and moved to Chicago in 2012. She received her Master’s from DePaul University in 2014 and has worked for various organizations including the NBA Los Angeles Clippers, MLS Chicago Fire, Hallmark Movie Channels, Disney ABC Television Group, Comcast SportsNet Chicago, and ABC7 Los Angeles. She created Chicago Flex in 2018 after experiencing life as a television news reporter and seeing the impact and positive influences stories had on people’s lives. Her mission is to get us all back to our roots of knowing our neighbors, our community, and our people. Follow Jodelle on Facebook and Instagram @jodelle.maglaya

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