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Armagh Food and Cider Weekend

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  • Visit BritainWe're Good to Go We're Good to Go 2020
The Palace, The Palace Demesne, Armagh, County Armagh, BT60 4EL
Armagh Food and Cider Festival

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Northern Ireland’s award winning Food and Cider Weekend is back for a feast like no other in beautiful Armagh this September with a programme of events and activities to get the taste buds tingling.

The Armagh Food and Cider Weekend in Ireland’s Orchard County is famed for the quality of its local produce, fine ingredients and culinary excellence – and of course its world class cider.  The carefully curated, intimate weekend events in one of Ireland’s top foodie destinations kicks off on 24 September in a perfect pairing of authentic events, dining delights and tasting experiences all carefully designed to excite and inspire.

Packed with spectacular food quality, top-notch artisan ciders and an agile band of inventive, enthusiastic chefs, this year’s gastronomic weekend promises to further embed this region’s reputation for outstanding food quality, unique events and distinctive, authentic experiences.

Enjoy a range of events and activities including orchard and cidery tours, tasting dinners, cooking masterclasses, a Feast to Fork supper, street food, hedgerow foraging, and much more.

To see the full programme and secure your place to these unmissable events, visit visitarmagh.com/foodandcider  All events must be booked online.

(Supported by the Department of Agriculture, Environment and Rural Development’s Regional Food Programme.)

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Opening Times

Season (24 Sept 2020 - 27 Sept 2020)

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