According to American Folklore, we have Johnny Appleseed to thank for our enjoyment of pomaceous fruit.Â The tale tells us About Johnny, an american pioneer and nurseryman, who traveled by foot, with sacks full of seeds, and planted orchards while educated folks on the apple tree and it's fruit. Apple orchards sprouted up Across Early America.Â It was soon discovered the fruit's juice was easily feremtable, and Americans quickly embraced it's alcoholic form.Â From the late 18th century up until prohibition, Americans consumed more hard cider per capita than any other alcoholic drink.
The post prohibition era was not so good for hard cider. Orchards and cider making facilities were abandoned or displaced.Â A entire generation of hard cider drinkers was lost.
We want to reintroduce hard cider and educate people about hard cider as Johnny did back in the day. Our goal is to teach people about the different styles and varieties of hard ciders as well as providing those who are health conscious and gluten intolerant, an alternative to beer.
Tuesday, Jun 22, 2021 at 11:00am Mountain Time
Wednesday, Jun 23, 2021 at 10:30am Mountain Time
Thursday, Jun 24, 2021 at 10:00am Mountain Time
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