Now on Fall Hours

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We have taken up our autumn schedule : 12-5 every day but Tuesday. Open early (10am) on Saturday.

Tuesday we rest from the craziness, so appointments -aren’t- available.

Our orchard partner, Brightonwoods, is open 9-6 daily, with a zillion kinds of apples and fresh pressed sweet cider.

Tips for Visitors Traveling Along I-94

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Road improvement may be progress and all, but it does present a bit of a hassle. If you’re coming to see us this summer, and traveling I-94, here are some tips.

From the North. The last I knew Highway 142 was still open if southbound from Racine or Milwaukee. That will change. Get off on Highway 11 and take it east to Kansasville. Turn left on US45 and follow that south to Highway 142. Turn right and go west 3 miles to County B. We have a sign there. Turn right and go up half a mile. We’re on the left.

From the South. Get off at Highway 158 (one past 50, which is now closed). Turn left at the end of the ramp and go under the highway. Visit our friends at Tim & Tom’s Cheese. Then follow the frontage road north. Follow the signs for the Mars Cheese Castle. Visit our friends there. Then take Highway 142 west 10 miles to County B, as above.

The other option for the north bound Zax is to go up to Highway 11 and follow the directions for the South bound Zax.

As of 7/23, we are at peak product availability. But it won’t last. So come see us soon.

Pear Wine ’12 Release

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We are thrilled to have our Pear Wine back in the Tasting Room. Thanks to Bill, Marianne, Ralph, Kyle, Cassie, Conner, Kitty, Rose, Terry, Beth and George, (and Milissa and Charles) we bottled 240 cases today – our biggest single bottling to date.

So come on out and enjoy the fruits of their labor.

Kinglet Bitter ’12 Release

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Two releases in one weekend!

Thanks to Kitty and Milissa, this year’s ‘pomage’ of our traditional English-ish draft cider is available. It’s the partner to our English-ish dry, tannic Orchard Oriole Perry, which is also ready for sale now.

The Kinglet is not as short supply as the Oriole – but I don’t expect it to last the Summer. So stop in to the ÆppelTreow Tasting Room some weekend soon.