Blue Bee set to release another Heirloom cider into the world
Harrison was the leading cider apple in the Mid-Atlantic and Eastern U.S. throughout the early 1800s-1900s until nearly going extinct.
The really bad weather isn’t suppose to hit our area until Sunday, so this Saturday you should be fine to hang out at Blue Bee Cider (212 W 6th Street) get a taste of their newest offering, eat a bit, and take in some music. Take advantage of Blue Bee while they’re here because eventually they’ll be over in Scott’s Addition.
Get a taste of culinary history with our newest (very) small batch containing 100% Harrison cider apples.
The second in our Heirloom Series, Harrison was the leading cider apple in the Mid-Atlantic and Eastern U.S. throughout the early 1800s-1900s until nearly going extinct. Rediscovered in 1976, it’s reclaiming significance through its full-bodied complexity and buttery notes of allspice, golden raisins, and orange zest.
Camden’s Dogtown Market will be serving delicious British-inspired foods from 1-5 p.m.
Live music will be provided by Tara Dillard & Friends, a local celtic roots jam band! They’ll be rocking from 3-6 p.m.
Image: Blue Bee Cider
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