From the mouths of the cider makers themselves:
Hello cider enthusiasts!!!!
Yes, it's that's time of the year again...the apples pressed this past fall into juice have gone through their fermentations and alas, behold, Redbyrd Orchard Cider finally has cider to offer again, especially for YOU! ...we're partnering up this early spring with our dear friends, Melissa and Garrett, at Good Life Farm (along with a bevy of other awesome producers, including Wide Awake Bakery, The Piggery, and more) and will be offering our bottle and keg shares as an add-on to their spring CSA, which runs March-May, filling in that gap between your winter and summer farm shares you might have with one of our many amazing local farmers.
Take a peek below at a brief note from GLF and their easy sign up form and share descriptions. The magnificent Melissa will be handling all the sign ups and payments. The CSA fills up quick, woo hoo, so go on, check it out as soon as you can.
*2012 Workman Dry: clean, crisp, honey and green apple on the nose, slate on the tongue, with soft tannins on the finish. bone dry, focused, well balanced and unexpectedly fruity. a blend of 22% Chisel Jersey, 12%Thornberry (a red-fleshed apple), 12% Spitzenberg, 10% Northern Spy, and 44% mixed heirlooms and russets.
We love growing apples and we love making cider and we'd love to share that with you! So, sign up, get to drink some amazing locally produced cider and support your local foodshed...woohoooo, what could be better?!!!!! Not much.
Deva and Eric
Redbyrd Orchard Cider,
where growing apples and making cider go hand in hand
*traditional cider from central new york*