The trio, Canadian-based Felicia Harding and Marina Avros and Australian-based Jaime Jackett (Broome) combine exquisite harmonies and relatable stories into a 10-track upbeat sonic journey covering themes from love and loss to overcoming life-threatening illness. ‘Strange World’ and ‘Night Flight’ are inspired by Jaime’s 11-year’s spent living with brain cancer. Lead single ‘Fall In Love With Me’ is dedicated to same-sex marriage, and ’25 Years’ is an ode to enduring relationships.
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There are few more satisfying ways to indulge your culinary senses at Christmas than to wallow in a bowl of juicy ripe cherries. Cherries are stacked full of juice, which is what gives Frank’s Cherry Pear Cider its rich red colour and beautiful aromatic cherry flavour. Here we meet Meat & Feast’s John Botha, who runs Frank’s Cider Bar & Cafe. John’s team cook with seasonal local produce from the Huon Valley, including the cider and cherries (from Dale Griggs’ farm in Franklin) that are ripening at this time of year.
Spring is the time the blossom appears. For a few short weeks, if we’re lucky, the sun shines, flowers emerge and bees including the native bees, honey bees and bumblebees, get on with the job of pollination.
FRANK’S CHERRY PEAR CIDER
is a delicate fusion of two much loved Tasmanian favourites. The subtle flavours of real cherries and pears combine to produce a sparkling, medium sweet temptation. 3.5% ABVBUY NOW
FRANK’S RASPBERRY PEAR CIDER
Frank’s Raspberry Pear cider combines the very best of Tasmanian fruits. Enjoy the underlying tones of tree ripened pear, overlaid with a subtle raspberry finish. This cider is a medium dry blend of ripe berries and luscious pears, sparkling with fruit and flavour! 8.0% ABVBUY NOW
LATEST NEWS AND EVENTS
The 11th Canberra Craft Beer & Cider Festival is set to be the biggest ever held, with a record number of exhibitors expected for the event, which will be held on Saturday 24 March between 11am – 6pm. It will feature breweries from across Australia along with live bands, food, entertainment and a wide range of kids’ activities. Once again, the Festival will help raise funds for ACT Cancer Support’s Rise Above organisation, a locally based group that provides support for over 950 cancer patients.
Tickets are now available for $15 pre-purchase (via Moshtix) or $22 at the door (a booking fee applies).
Geelong’s Great Australian Beer Festival (GABF) celebrates its 6th anniversary with a number of exciting changes when it returns to the Geelong Racecourse on February 17. Inspired by the fast-growing craft brewing industry, GABF begun in 2013 as a celebration of mostly local and state-wide breweries. Today the festival attracts over 5000 beer lovers and has brewers attending from all over the country.
Come and meet Frank’s Cider at the Williamstown Heritage Beer and Cider Festival that will showcase independent Australian owned and operated breweries and their best beers.
The event will be held at the historic Seaworks Precinct on Saturday the 25th of November 2017 from 12pm till 7pm.