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Cider Pressing Starts at 10 am, Pressing Until 4pm.
Come enjoy one last day at the farm pressing cider, eating homemade donuts and listening to some old-time music. We'll start the press at ten and you can pre-order seconds apples by the bushel from us.
In colonial-era New England, cider used to rule as the safer alternative to often-tainted water. Hard cider was the drink of choice, with ciderkin for the youngins. If you love fresh cider, or are intrigued, come learn how to make some. You can turn some into hard cider if you are so inclined. If you want to learn even more there's a great event later in the fall called Cider Days.
How to make your cider:
Order apples ahead, and Bring jugs.
You can order cider apples with us that we'll have at the farm for you. You can freeze any extra of the delicious cider you make for later enjoyment. As bees like cider too, they often come to visit while we are pressing. If you have any allergy to them, please bring medicine just in case.
Jugs will be available for sale at the farm also.
ORDER CIDER APPLES: 1 bushel apple seconds makes about 2-3 gallons. Order by Tuesday Sept 29. Order here in the form below.
Aside from pressing cider (which you need to preorder for), there are fun things to do all day at the farm whenever you stop by...
Eat Fresh Cider Donuts
Cider samples and fresh local cider for sale!
Winter Squash Varietal and Local Apple Tasting - taste the many delicious winter squash types and find your favorites. Taste the fall selection of apples!
Get fall produce for cooking and fall decorations like winter squash, many local apple varieties, wild gourds, mini pumpkins, white pumpkins, jackolanterns, decorative and edible popcorn, and more!
Visit our farm Facebook event to join and share with friends.
And stay tuned to our farm news to hear more about farm events as they come along.