We'll be having a small Cider Fest during our July 3rd Celebration. Glasses will be for sale in the Garden for $5  (includes 2 drink tickets!). Additional tickets will be $1 and you can use these same tickets for the bounce houses and games for the kids (or for yourself!). 

Try a taste of each cider for 1 ticket per taste and then grab a half or full glass of your favorites! 
3 tickets for a half, 5 tickets for a full.

2 Towns Cider
The Bad Apple: Semi dry, 10.5%
Hand crafted in Oregon with all Northwest ingredients, The Bad Apple is a rich & bold cider with notes of fruit and vanilla. This complex cider is aged on brandy-cured Oregon white oak. The Bad Apple is surely a cider to savor.
Made Marion: Marionberry Cider, 6.9%
The sunrise of summer, the Oregon Made Marion is a blend of Oregon grown Marionberries and hard apple cider. Riple berry flavors and a crisp apple bite combine with a rich ruby color to make this cider a delicious way to celebrate the bounty of Oregon!

Wandering Aengus Ciderworks

Anthem Cherry: Cherry Cider, 6.2%
Anthem cider finished with tart pie cherries and Bing cherries. All 100% fresh pressed fruit grown in the Northwest. Cherries sharpen the fermented apples' acidity.
Anthem Pear: Pear Cider, 6%
Anthem Cider finished with Anjou and Bosc pears. Pears smooth the fermented apples' acidity. All 100% fresh pressed fruit grown in the Northwest. 
Carlton Cyderworks

Carry Nation: English, 6.25%
A blend of flavorful dessert apples, combined with cider apples for body with a satisfying, semi-sweet finish. Easy drinking with or without food.
Newtown Pippin: American, 6.9%
Very clear, crisp and notes of pine. Light champagne color. Made form only the heirloom variety Newtown Pippin which originated on Long Island, NY. Bone dry.

Tieton Ciderworks

Yakima Valley Dry Hopped: 6.9%
Using a unique blend of 3 hops from the Yakima valley, this cider is rich in fruity and floral aromatics. With a medium body and crisp finish this cider pairs well with spicy foods.
Apricot: 6.9%
A crisp apple cider infused with the tartness of our fresh apricots. refreshing notes of fresh and dried apricots. 

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