Fire Cider Workshop / October 8th
Friday, October 8th, 6:00-8:00pm
Join certified clinical herbalist Liz Faermark for a ritual celebration of summer’s bounty.
Fire cider is a traditional tonic that’s made with vinegar and a variety of immune-supportive herbs and foods like garlic, onion, horseradish, hot peppers, spicy roots, and aromatic herbs. Making fire cider is a traditional way to signal the transition from the warm days of late summer and fall, to the more quiet and inward times of late fall and winter. Come learn about the history, lore and benefits of fire cider. And concoct your own fire cider for immune and digestive support! We’ll be using a variety of locally sourced veggies and herbs.
All materials provided. Participants will take home one pint jar of brewing fire cider, and a handout summarizing the class’ teachings.
Space is VERY limited, please sign up early to reserve your spot.
Cancellation policy: Due to limited space, if you need to cancel please give as much notice as possible. We can only offer refunds on classes cancelled at least 48 hours before the event. Thanks for your understanding.
Regarding COVID-19 Safety: We are committed to ensuring a safe environment for all class participants in light of the pandemic. This class will be held in person and will admit a limited number of students. Per Boulder County mandate, masks will be required for all participants (regardless of vaccination status). These guidelines are subject to change as the date approaches. Please check back for updated information. Thank you for keeping us all safe!