Ciders of the World: Spanish Sidra
Lifelong Learning

Northern Spain's Asturias and Basque Country are known for their unique style of cider and wine, with both deeply ingrained in the culture of food and local traditions. Sharp notes, from slightly to boldly sour acetic qualities are indicative of the region's cider traditions. You will learn about the tradition of TXOTX--the region's season of celebration for the year's new sidras aged in large wooden casks--and how the "long pour" affects the immediate consumption of the non-carbonated cider, all while tasting through representative samples of the style.

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Class Sections For Ciders of the World: Spanish Sidra (LLFW 647)

Spring 2024 Section 1, Starting on: 04/22/2024

Taught by Matthew Ostrander. This class takes place in person at Scion Cider Bar (916 Jefferson St W, SLC). Special fee is for cider and space rental; students may purchase additional charcuterie boards and snacks for pairing. Must be 21 or over to attend; please bring an ID.

Date(s) Day Time Location
04/22/24 M 6:30 pm -8:30 pm SLC UT
Tuition: $39.00 + Special Fee: $45.00 = $84.00      

Instructor: MATTHEW OSTRANDER

Registration for this class will close on 04/21/2024 at midnight

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