Tue, Oct 22 | Bird & Jim

Harvest Dinner at Bird & Jim, October 22, 2019 Our Farmer's bounty paired with Haykin Family Ciders

We are honored to have Daniel Haykin and his delicious ciders to celebrate the harvest and hard work put in by our farmers and community. Call for Reservations 970-586-9832. Click read more for menu. $65 per person.
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Harvest Dinner at Bird & Jim, October 22, 2019 Our Farmer's bounty paired with Haykin Family Ciders

Time & Location

Oct 22, 2019, 6:30 PM
Bird & Jim, 915 Moraine Ave, Estes Park, CO 80517, USA

About the event

We are honored to have Daniel Haykin and his delicious ciders to celebrate the harvest and hard work put in by our farmers and community.   Harvest Dinner at Bird & Jim, October 22, 2019 Our Farmer's bounty paired with Haykin Family Ciders

  

Haykin Cider

Ashmead's Kernel 

7.3% abv - Cider View Orchards, WA

Pumpkin bisque

chestnuts, spiced pears, bourbon crema

Jonathan 

7.4% abv – Ela Family Farms, CO

Roasted Fall Vegetables and Ela Farm Apple

carrots, brussels, beets, parsnip, celery root, rutabaga, french lentils, greek yogurt

Dabinett 

7.9% abv -  Cider View Orchards, WA

Braised Duck

butternut sweet potato croquette, plum sauce, burnt orange marmalade

Wickson Crabapple 

7.4% ABV -  Cider View Orchards, WA

Maple Braised Pork Belly

plantain pancakes, apple slaw, mama mole 

Fall 

6.7% abv – Masonville Orchards, CO

Spiced Masonville Orchards Apple Dumpling

cinnamon gelato

DANIEL HAYKIN

FOUNDER & CIDERMAKER

Daniel came to cider from a love of champagne and sparkling wine but his drive to make the best cider came from trying to impress Talia. It was constant trial and error until they landed on a style that was sparkling wine-like, unique and just what they both enjoyed drinking. Daniel’s focus on excellence can be seen in his relationships with his growers, selection of apples, care during the production process, focus on packaging, and his general depth of knowledge around his product. But that’s not what he will tell you. In his words “I worked on Wall Street, I moved to Denver, and now I make cider.”

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