Ready for local cider? Red Clay Ciderworks sets date for Grand Opening

Ready for local cider? Red Clay Ciderworks sets date for Grand Opening
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News Briefing

Red Clay Ciderworks, Charlotte’s first cidery, is set to open on Saturday, July 18th. Buy tickets here.

Proud to announce our #RCCGrandOpening on July 18th at 1:30pm. Advance drink tickets available at www.eventbrite.com/e/red-clay-ciderworks-grand-opening-tickets-17513609678 #CLTsFirstCider #NCCider #CraftCider #SouthEndCLT #CheersWorthy #WeLoveCLT #CLTBeer

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Facts

  • Grand Opening will take place from 1:30-10pm.
  • Location: 245 Clanton Rd.
  • Recently acquired an awesome hand built regulation curling / shuffleboard game.
  • Taproom is 1,300 square feet. Production facility in the back is huge – 8,500 square feet.
  • Red Clay will specialize in drier ciders made with local apples. They will also have local beer on tap.
  • Taproom features hand-made bar and furniture built from reclaimed wood and comfortable seating
  • Grand Opening celebration will feature live music, giveaways and cornhole.
  • Two Chicks and a Truck, King of Pops and Sticks & Cones will be onsite at the celebration.

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Talking Points

  • Discounted beverages will be available through pre-purchased drink bundles – here.
  • Sticks & Cones will be making hard cider slushies in addition to their usual goodies.
  • Red Clay decided to keep “Mind the Dog” written on the bottom of the door as a nod to the previous tenants and the history of the building. You’ll have to ask the owners what it actually means.
  • The owners (Jamie and Jay) have ancestors that brewed beer and fermented cider in Boston. They served it in a pub they owned and the founding fathers used to hang out there.

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