Wassailing is an age-old tradition that originated in the British Isles. To ensure a fruitful apple harvest, songs are sung to the trees in the middle of winter, in the dead of night by their community. Sometimes pieces of bread are soaked in cider and hung by the branches to feed the cider tree and its spirits, everyone enjoys warm cider and merriment all night!
In honor of our 5th Anniversary, we’ll celebrate this special tradition with cider, music, and merriment!
We'll have mulled cider by the glass and perform a variation of the age-old ritual for our young cider trees planted out front, along with live music indoors.
This event is FREE to the public. Bring friends, dress warmly and wear your boots! More details TBA.