Vermont October 18, 2019
Spend The Day At A Working Cider Mill At Cold Hollow Cider in Vermont
Do you ever wonder where the apple cider from the store comes from? If you visit Cold Hollow Cider Mill in Waterbury Center, Vermont, you’ll be able to see! This expansive cider mill is open to the public and is a great place to tour or to just stop for lunch and cider.
To see how a cider mill operates, head on over to Cold Hollow Cider Mill in Waterbury Center, Vermont.
While you're at the mill, you'll get to catch a behind-the-scenes look at how cider is made.
It takes 36 pressed McIntosh apples to make 1 gallon of cider. That's a lot of apples! And then it takes one boiled down gallon of cider to make one 12-oz jar of cider jelly. Both are available for purchase at the cider mill.
Oftentimes, they'll let you taste a sample of their freshest bath.
Purchase a single-serve to enjoy at the mill, or buy a gallon to take home and share!
For the adults, they have quite the selection of alcoholic ciders.
Choose a favorite or ask for a flight of their most popular flavors to enjoy with lunch at Cold Hollow.
In addition to cider, you can also purchase other cider-flavored goodies.
They have a huge collection of cider jellies that are available to taste-test and to purchase!
All of their baked goods are made from scratch.
Including their delicious cider donuts.
There's something for everyone at Cold Hollow Cider Mill and definitely is a must-visit in the fall.
It's a great place to go on a date, with friends, or with the whole family! With so much "agri-tainment", you'll gain a new appreciation for how cider is made.
Have you been to this cider mill before? If so, what’d you think? Share in the comments below!
Address: 3600 Waterbury Stowe Rd, Waterbury Center, VT 05677, USA