Cider is finally getting the recognition it deserves in Colorado this month with the first ever Cider week kicking off on May 23rd!

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"It's much like a beer festival but with all ciders," said Eric Foster in an article in the Denver Post; who is a co-founder of Stem Ciders. "People can come out with their families and learn about craft ciders, especially about what's available in Denver."Stem Ciders located at 2811 Walnut St in Denver will have a firkin each day showcasing a different cider. Currently the Rocky Mountain Cider Association has 39 member from Colorado, New Mexico, Arizona, Wyoming, Utah and Montana.


The first ever cider week in Colorado will end with The Pressed Conference which will be held at the Highlands Masonic Event Center on May 28th.  The Pressed Conference will be an outdoor festival that will bring cider makers together in one place along with food trucks and live music from Robby Peoples. Tickets will cost $40 and will include unlimited tasters of craft ciders which include Compass Cider, Eden Ice Cider, Snow Capped Cider and Wild Cider.