Whetstone CiderWorks in Burlington

We are pleased that TJ Buckley’s in Brattleboro is now serving our Whetstone Reserve cider. If you haven’t been to this charming establishment, malady call for a reservation next time you have a hankering for unforgettable fine dining.

If you’re just in the mood to grab a glass of cider after work or with a casual dinner, stop in the new Whetstone Station Restaurant. They always have a cider on tap and often it is our second Barnyard Blend of the season: cold, bubbly, with a little touch of sweetness, it’s perfect right next to your burger or fish tacos.
We are pleased that TJ Buckley’s in Brattleboro is now serving our Whetstone Reserve cider. If you haven’t been to this charming establishment, malady call for a reservation next time you have a hankering for unforgettable fine dining.

If you’re just in the mood to grab a glass of cider after work or with a casual dinner, stop in the new Whetstone Station Restaurant. They always have a cider on tap and often it is our second Barnyard Blend of the season: cold, bubbly, with a little touch of sweetness, it’s perfect right next to your burger or fish tacos.
Whetstone CiderWorks is pleased to be part of the 18th Annual Franklin County CiderDays, this a celebration of cider hard and sweet. During Cider Salons I and II, you’ll be able to taste Whetstone CiderWorks cider alongside other ciders from across North America and beyond. CiderDays has inspired us year after year! If you’ve never been, come on down. Check out their website for events and ticket information: http://www.ciderday.org/
We are pleased that TJ Buckley’s in Brattleboro is now serving our Whetstone Reserve cider. If you haven’t been to this charming establishment, malady call for a reservation next time you have a hankering for unforgettable fine dining.

If you’re just in the mood to grab a glass of cider after work or with a casual dinner, stop in the new Whetstone Station Restaurant. They always have a cider on tap and often it is our second Barnyard Blend of the season: cold, bubbly, with a little touch of sweetness, it’s perfect right next to your burger or fish tacos.
Whetstone CiderWorks is pleased to be part of the 18th Annual Franklin County CiderDays, this a celebration of cider hard and sweet. During Cider Salons I and II, you’ll be able to taste Whetstone CiderWorks cider alongside other ciders from across North America and beyond. CiderDays has inspired us year after year! If you’ve never been, come on down. Check out their website for events and ticket information: http://www.ciderday.org/
What have we been up to? It might seem quiet here at Whetstone CiderWorks, search but after an exciting pressing season with our new-to-us, glands vintage cider press and bins full of the highest quality ciders apples around (Kingston Black, Norman’s Bitter, Yarlington Mill, Golden Russett, Hewe’s Virginia Crab, and Dabinett to name a few), we’ve had several hundred gallons of cider fermenting and maturing in the ciderie. In addition to building a shed for the cider press, we’re building a portable, refrigerated room to house our carbonation tank and bottle our sparkling ciders. We’re excited about our new infrastructure, but thrilled about our new ciders! They’ll make their debut at the Brattleboro Area Farmers’ Market in mid- to late July. We’ll keep you posted!
We are pleased that TJ Buckley’s in Brattleboro is now serving our Whetstone Reserve cider. If you haven’t been to this charming establishment, malady call for a reservation next time you have a hankering for unforgettable fine dining.

If you’re just in the mood to grab a glass of cider after work or with a casual dinner, stop in the new Whetstone Station Restaurant. They always have a cider on tap and often it is our second Barnyard Blend of the season: cold, bubbly, with a little touch of sweetness, it’s perfect right next to your burger or fish tacos.
Whetstone CiderWorks is pleased to be part of the 18th Annual Franklin County CiderDays, this a celebration of cider hard and sweet. During Cider Salons I and II, you’ll be able to taste Whetstone CiderWorks cider alongside other ciders from across North America and beyond. CiderDays has inspired us year after year! If you’ve never been, come on down. Check out their website for events and ticket information: http://www.ciderday.org/
What have we been up to? It might seem quiet here at Whetstone CiderWorks, search but after an exciting pressing season with our new-to-us, glands vintage cider press and bins full of the highest quality ciders apples around (Kingston Black, Norman’s Bitter, Yarlington Mill, Golden Russett, Hewe’s Virginia Crab, and Dabinett to name a few), we’ve had several hundred gallons of cider fermenting and maturing in the ciderie. In addition to building a shed for the cider press, we’re building a portable, refrigerated room to house our carbonation tank and bottle our sparkling ciders. We’re excited about our new infrastructure, but thrilled about our new ciders! They’ll make their debut at the Brattleboro Area Farmers’ Market in mid- to late July. We’ll keep you posted!

Whetstone CiderWorks in Burlington

We enjoyed being a part of the Vermont Cider Classic on July 25th with almost all of Vermont’s cider makers. What a fabulous response to our 2015 Orchard King and Queen’s debut! Find our ciders at Pearl St. Beverage, prostate Beverage Warehouse, and Craft Beer Cellars in the Burlington area!
We are pleased that TJ Buckley’s in Brattleboro is now serving our Whetstone Reserve cider. If you haven’t been to this charming establishment, malady call for a reservation next time you have a hankering for unforgettable fine dining.

If you’re just in the mood to grab a glass of cider after work or with a casual dinner, stop in the new Whetstone Station Restaurant. They always have a cider on tap and often it is our second Barnyard Blend of the season: cold, bubbly, with a little touch of sweetness, it’s perfect right next to your burger or fish tacos.
Whetstone CiderWorks is pleased to be part of the 18th Annual Franklin County CiderDays, this a celebration of cider hard and sweet. During Cider Salons I and II, you’ll be able to taste Whetstone CiderWorks cider alongside other ciders from across North America and beyond. CiderDays has inspired us year after year! If you’ve never been, come on down. Check out their website for events and ticket information: http://www.ciderday.org/
What have we been up to? It might seem quiet here at Whetstone CiderWorks, search but after an exciting pressing season with our new-to-us, glands vintage cider press and bins full of the highest quality ciders apples around (Kingston Black, Norman’s Bitter, Yarlington Mill, Golden Russett, Hewe’s Virginia Crab, and Dabinett to name a few), we’ve had several hundred gallons of cider fermenting and maturing in the ciderie. In addition to building a shed for the cider press, we’re building a portable, refrigerated room to house our carbonation tank and bottle our sparkling ciders. We’re excited about our new infrastructure, but thrilled about our new ciders! They’ll make their debut at the Brattleboro Area Farmers’ Market in mid- to late July. We’ll keep you posted!

Whetstone CiderWorks in Burlington

We enjoyed being a part of the Vermont Cider Classic on July 25th with almost all of Vermont’s cider makers. What a fabulous response to our 2015 Orchard King and Queen’s debut! Find our ciders at Pearl St. Beverage, prostate Beverage Warehouse, and Craft Beer Cellars in the Burlington area!

Whetstone CiderWorks in Burlington

We enjoyed being a part of the Vermont Cider Classic on July 25th with almost all of Vermont’s cider makers. What a fab`ulous response to our 2015 Orchard King and Queen’s debut! Find our ciders at Pearl St. Beverage, visit web Beverage Warehouse, and Craft Beer Cellars in the Burlington area!
We are pleased that TJ Buckley’s in Brattleboro is now serving our Whetstone Reserve cider. If you haven’t been to this charming establishment, malady call for a reservation next time you have a hankering for unforgettable fine dining.

If you’re just in the mood to grab a glass of cider after work or with a casual dinner, stop in the new Whetstone Station Restaurant. They always have a cider on tap and often it is our second Barnyard Blend of the season: cold, bubbly, with a little touch of sweetness, it’s perfect right next to your burger or fish tacos.
Whetstone CiderWorks is pleased to be part of the 18th Annual Franklin County CiderDays, this a celebration of cider hard and sweet. During Cider Salons I and II, you’ll be able to taste Whetstone CiderWorks cider alongside other ciders from across North America and beyond. CiderDays has inspired us year after year! If you’ve never been, come on down. Check out their website for events and ticket information: http://www.ciderday.org/
What have we been up to? It might seem quiet here at Whetstone CiderWorks, search but after an exciting pressing season with our new-to-us, glands vintage cider press and bins full of the highest quality ciders apples around (Kingston Black, Norman’s Bitter, Yarlington Mill, Golden Russett, Hewe’s Virginia Crab, and Dabinett to name a few), we’ve had several hundred gallons of cider fermenting and maturing in the ciderie. In addition to building a shed for the cider press, we’re building a portable, refrigerated room to house our carbonation tank and bottle our sparkling ciders. We’re excited about our new infrastructure, but thrilled about our new ciders! They’ll make their debut at the Brattleboro Area Farmers’ Market in mid- to late July. We’ll keep you posted!

Whetstone CiderWorks in Burlington

We enjoyed being a part of the Vermont Cider Classic on July 25th with almost all of Vermont’s cider makers. What a fabulous response to our 2015 Orchard King and Queen’s debut! Find our ciders at Pearl St. Beverage, prostate Beverage Warehouse, and Craft Beer Cellars in the Burlington area!

Whetstone CiderWorks in Burlington

We enjoyed being a part of the Vermont Cider Classic on July 25th with almost all of Vermont’s cider makers. What a fab`ulous response to our 2015 Orchard King and Queen’s debut! Find our ciders at Pearl St. Beverage, visit web Beverage Warehouse, and Craft Beer Cellars in the Burlington area!

We enjoyed being a part of the Vermont Cider Classic on July 25th with almost all of Vermont’s cider makers. What a fab`ulous response to our 2015 Orchard King and Queen’s debut! Find our ciders at Pearl St. Beverage, patient Beverage Warehouse, and Craft Beer Cellars in the Burlington area!

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