Below you’ll find an excerpt to a cider related blog post from “Life Is Fare – One woman’s approach to living life to the fullest by eating happy food”. I received the link for this story in my comments from the author. Needless to say I was very jealous. I’ve always wanted to make it out to Michigan and check out the cider scene. I’m in contact and email with a few folks out there and have found their ciders to be real good too.
Michigan is also home to the “Great Lakes Cider & Perry Association” who organizes and hosts the only International competition that is exclusively for Cider and Perry. They are also hosting the upcoming 3rd Annual Great Lakes Cider & Perry Festival to be held Sept 11-12 Uncle John’s Cider Mill (one of Michigan’s premier cider makers) at 8614 N US 127, St. Johns, MI. Tickets can be purchased here: http://www.michiganvine.com/tickets/
So read the excerpt and click on over to read the rest of the post as the author tours and tastes ciders from Michigan’s own Tandem Ciders, Good Neighbor Organic Vineyard & Winery and Douglas Valley Organic Vineyards.
I gotta mention all three cider makers and many more Michigan cideries can be found on my North American Cider Map too… Go find and drink cider in Michigan!
I’ve been drinking hard cider ever since I lived in London two decades ago. After that, I lived for a short time in Brattleboro, Vermont, where I was happy to find hard cider on tap at a place called Three Dollar Dewey’s. Ever since, I’ve had a taste for it, especially in the fall. Now, Michigan is my destination for hard cider. Nothing beats buying your happy hour drink from a local producer! Read more here…
Thanks for the comments and link Marcia! Much appreciated.