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Toronto Cider Festival coming to Yonge Dundas Square

As summer fades into fall, many revel in the change of season by frolicking in pumpkin patches, picking apples or sipping on sweet Ontario cider. If the latter sounds more up your alley, you're in luck because the Toronto Cider Festival is coming to Yonge-Dundas Square.

With numerous beer festivals peppered throughout the year, this is one of the only events dedicated solely to cider. On Saturday, September 26, you can sample local varieties from numerous cider companies including Brickworks Ciderhouse, Revel Cider Company and Duxbury.

Tickets are on sale now for $30. Each one includes four sample tokens, a sample mug and four hours for tasting.

Will you be attending the Toronto Cider Festival? Let us know in the comments.

Photo by Jesse Milns.


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