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19
Nov
2017

10:00 AM - 4:00 PM

Wassail, the traditional cider-based holiday drink, will be the center of the Mill's focused tasting this weekend from 10 - 4 both days.

The Earliest reports of wassail date back to the 1300s.  The drink, steeped in tradition and legend, is Old English.  Originating from the words “Waes hael,” meaning “good health,” sharing a pot of holiday wassail was a community event.  Before savoring the wassail, neighbors shouted “Waes hael,” then gulped the drink and shouted again, “Drink hael...

25
Nov
2017

10:00 AM - 4:00 PM

Wassail, the traditional cider-based holiday drink, will be the center of the Mill's focused tasting this weekend from 10 - 4 both days.

The Earliest reports of wassail date back to the 1300s.  The drink, steeped in tradition and legend, is Old English.  Originating from the words “Waes hael,” meaning “good health,” sharing a pot of holiday wassail was a community event.  Before savoring the wassail, neighbors shouted “Waes hael,” then gulped the drink and shouted again, “Drink hael...

25
Nov
2017

The Fly Creek Cider Mill’s Boomer and Boschert press returns to service this Saturday from 10AM - 2PM maintaining an autumn tradition for over 160 years in the Upstate New York hamlet of Fly Creek just minutes from Cooperstown.

Known for its historically authentic machinery the Mill makes its cider in the traditional rack-and-cloth method using the power of water from the Millpond.  Visitors can witness the entire process in the Cider Gallery and expanded Learning Center overlooking...

26
Nov
2017

10:00 AM - 4:00 PM

Wassail, the traditional cider-based holiday drink, will be the center of the Mill's focused tasting this weekend from 10 - 4 both days.

The Earliest reports of wassail date back to the 1300s.  The drink, steeped in tradition and legend, is Old English.  Originating from the words “Waes hael,” meaning “good health,” sharing a pot of holiday wassail was a community event.  Before savoring the wassail, neighbors shouted “Waes hael,” then gulped the drink and shouted again, “Drink hael...

2
Dec
2017

10:00 AM - 4:00 PM

Wassail, the traditional cider-based holiday drink, will be the center of the Mill's focused tasting this weekend from 10 - 4 both days.

The Earliest reports of wassail date back to the 1300s.  The drink, steeped in tradition and legend, is Old English.  Originating from the words “Waes hael,” meaning “good health,” sharing a pot of holiday wassail was a community event.  Before savoring the wassail, neighbors shouted “Waes hael,” then gulped the drink and shouted again, “Drink hael...

2
Dec
2017
Create a memorable holiday gift basket from the Mill’s wide array of Fly Creek Cider Mill products
3
Dec
2017

10:00 AM - 4:00 PM

Wassail, the traditional cider-based holiday drink, will be the center of the Mill's focused tasting this weekend from 10 - 4 both days.

The Earliest reports of wassail date back to the 1300s.  The drink, steeped in tradition and legend, is Old English.  Originating from the words “Waes hael,” meaning “good health,” sharing a pot of holiday wassail was a community event.  Before savoring the wassail, neighbors shouted “Waes hael,” then gulped the drink and shouted again, “Drink hael...

3
Dec
2017
Create a memorable holiday gift basket from the Mill’s wide array of Fly Creek Cider Mill products
9
Dec
2017

10:00 AM - 4:00 PM

Wassail, the traditional cider-based holiday drink, will be the center of the Mill's focused tasting this weekend from 10 - 4 both days.

The Earliest reports of wassail date back to the 1300s.  The drink, steeped in tradition and legend, is Old English.  Originating from the words “Waes hael,” meaning “good health,” sharing a pot of holiday wassail was a community event.  Before savoring the wassail, neighbors shouted “Waes hael,” then gulped the drink and shouted again, “Drink hael...

10
Dec
2017

10:00 AM - 4:00 PM

Wassail, the traditional cider-based holiday drink, will be the center of the Mill's focused tasting this weekend from 10 - 4 both days.

The Earliest reports of wassail date back to the 1300s.  The drink, steeped in tradition and legend, is Old English.  Originating from the words “Waes hael,” meaning “good health,” sharing a pot of holiday wassail was a community event.  Before savoring the wassail, neighbors shouted “Waes hael,” then gulped the drink and shouted again, “Drink hael...




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