Nordic International Cider Awards
|Kulturhuset Berge (10 Nov 2022 - 12 Nov 2022)|
|Thursday - Saturday||Open|
The Nordic International Cider Awards (NICA) in Bergen is the first of its kind. NICA is a competition and celebration of sides with a
regional focus, but an international appeal. Our goal is to create a unique platform for manufacturers, distributors, importers, exporters and
the audience through an international competition, an industry conference and a side festival.
Bergen city will be filled with side culture, history, tourist attractions, gourmet dinners, side activities and more.
The Nordic International Cider Awards (NICA) assessment day will be held on 10 November, followed by an international cider conference and cider festival on 11 and 12 November. The competition consists of a wide range of side products that will be judged. NICA must
reward and celebrate the diversity and selection of different styles of Nordic and other international sites. Pages enter the competition in
different categories and will be blind-tasted by an expert panel of independent judges and judged according to taste, appearance
and aroma. Medals and trophies will be awarded and the results will be published in our social media and press.
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