My wife and I visited with several friends and we all had a great time and really enjoyed the ciders. They have produced around 17 varieties. some may not be still available. If you think of cider as the sweet juice or like the bottled mass-marketed overly sweet or overly sharp drinks you will learn. This place reminded me of the great ciders I drank while in the UK and Europe. Crafted more like wines, usually blended, sometimes lightly sparkling. they grow about 50 kinds of apples specifically for cider making. The Celebration is terrific and one of all our favorites. They also sell them when stocks allow. My wife bought some English apples she hadn't seen for 15 years and made great pies. The grounds have a self-guided tour that is fun and educational. You will learn about apples, local history and geology and underground sites. The staff are friendly and the setting is quite peacefull. If you have time go into Burkittsville and visit the Dry Goods Store, very short drive straight up the road. Tale time to talk with the proprietor, Paul. Another great place to learn of the past. Its a step back in time. Together these spots make a really nice outing.
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