The tickets will be given away on a first come, first served basis and delegates will be treated to a wealth of insight into the cider category including a free report, trends, canning, Brexit, and cider-specific businesses.
Training and packaging
All you have to do is be one of the first to contact Stevie Robinson on 01293 846508 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The cider market is beginning to focus on training and packaging, which will be big topics at this year's Cider Summit, organised by ciderologist Gabe Cook, who will give insight on what is happening in the world of cider.
The Morning Advertiser food and drink editor Nicholas Robinson said: “Cider is growing in the on-trade and, although its representation on the bar may not be as vast as beer, it is of great interest to consumers who want to see more innovation, more flavours and more formats.
“At our Cider Summit, we are going to give you the information you need to make informed decisions on what to stock, what the upcoming trends are and what you should steer clear of.”
For your chance to claim one of the 10 free tickets, contact Stevie Robinson by email at email@example.com or by phone on 01293 846508.
Who is speaking at the Cider Summit?
Overview of the cider category
Gabe Cook, ciderologist
Small cider – room for growth?
Hawkes Urban Cidery chief executive Simon Wright
The world’s most exciting cider market – the USA?
Can we learn from the US market?
The National Association of Cider Makers chief executive Fenella Tyler looks at the impact of Brexit on the cider market, as well as how wider legislation affects the category
A can-do attitude
Looking at the way canned cider has grown with Jamie Kenyon from Them That Can
A fine cider life
Fine Cider Co founder Felix Nash
The Stable operations manager David Gough
The Cider Summit is sponsored by Westons and Mallets Cider.