Fall Tasting Policy Update

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Fall checklist: apples, check, sweet cider, check, hard cider, check, apple brandy, check, lots of customers, check, space in tasting room…  hmmm.

Okay folks, we’re going to try something new this year.  From 1PM to 4PM on Saturday and Sunday during September and October, we’re going to 5 For Free tasting only.  No full flights.  We’re happy to do full paid flights earlier in the day, at the end of the day, and during the week. (We’re open every day but Tuesday.)  But we’re got to try something new for our weekend after-lunch crunch.  So we’re going to test out this change, and see if it helps shorten the waiting.

Glad you all are coming to see us and making the line in the first place!

Ciderwright Charles.

Tasting Room Hours Update

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Our Tasting Room hours are expanding to include Fridays. We are also officially adding an hour to the beginning and ending of the day. So that’s Fridays 12-5, Saturdays 10-5 and Sundays 12-5. From now until Daylight Savings Time ends.

And yes, that includes this coming 4th of July! We hope to even have some Bunting Berry Cider by the afternoon.

See you soon,
Charles

Pre-Cider Summit Chicago Events

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Aeppeltreow will be participating in several evening events leading up to Cider Summit.
Tues 2/4 – Cider Tap Takeover at Jake Melnick’s 8:30PM
Wed 2/5 – Cider Tap Takeover at Longman & Eagle 5:00PM
(We’ll be previewing the new Oriole Perry there!)
Thur 2/6 – Cider Karaoke at Emporium 9:00PM

And then the big event : Cider Summit Chicago 2/8 at Navy Pier.

Wassail CANCELLED

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We’ve decided to call the wassail this year. We thought about holding it indoors, but this wind is going to make highway 142 and the driveways awful.

We’ll try to catch up with a special event during bloom.

Thank you again, dear Friends and Fans, for a great 2013.

Annual Twelfth Night Wassail 1/5/14

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Our annual Twelfth Night Wassail is coming up fast – as in next Sunday. We’ll open the winery at 4pm and go out into the orchard between 5 and 5:30.

Being your friends and give thanks to the trees for a bountiful harvest.

RSVPs appreciated, but not necessary.
If its a blizzard, we’ll post a cancelation here and on Facebook.