Craft Cider and Beer Festival Returns August 26-27

The third annual Cider Dayze celebration takes place this weekend


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PHOTOGRAPH COURTESY OF CIDER DAYZE​


Blake’s Orchard and Cider Mill will host its third annual Cider Dayze Festival on August 26 and 27, boasting more beer, more games, and of course, more cider than previous years.

The festival will offer beverages from almost 40 Michigan cideries, wineries, and breweries, in addition to some national craft beverage brands, all on the 800-acre farm.

Live bands and a silent disco will provide festivalgoers the opportunity to dance while more competitive attendees can participate in activities including lawn-sized beer pong, a beer stein hold competition, kan jam, hammerschlagen, cornhole, and frisbeer. This year will also feature free yoga classes on both days.

Local food trucks will bring the bites (available for additional purchase) to help hold off your hunger.

Advanced tickets are $45 for Saturday (noon to 8:00 p.m,) or $40 on Sunday (noon to 5 p.m.). Each ticket includes nine 5-ounce samples and a commemorative glass. Tickets can be purchased online HERE. In addition, designated driver tickets are available for only $20.

As an added bonus for our readers, enter discount code HOURDETROIT, to save $10 off the price of admission.

All proceeds from the non-profit event will go towards local charities through the Armada Lions Club.

 

Participating Cideries and Wineries

Blake’s Hard Cider Co.

B. Nektar

Bee Well Meadery 

Cellarmen’s 

Farmhaus Cider Co.

Fieldstone Hard Cider Co. 

Ridge Cider Co. 

Sietsma Orchards

Soul Squeeze 

Spicer’s Winery 

Starcut Ciders

Tandem Ciders

Uncle John’s Hard Cider 

Vander Mill

Virtue Cider

Westview Orchards & Winery

 

Participating Breweries

Atwater Brewery 

Baffin 

Beard’s Brewery

Bell’s

Dark Horse Brewing

Dragonmead

Ellison Brewery + Spirits

Exferimentation Brewing Company

Falling Down Beer Co.

Fillmore 13 Brewery 

Founders Brewing Co.

Greenbush Brewing Co.

Griffin Claw Brewing Company

Harsens Island Brewery

Kuhnhenn Brewing Co. 

Mountain Town Brewing Co.

New Holland Brewing

Perrin Brewing Co.

Roak Brewing Co.

Rochester Mills Beer Co. 

Sherwood Brewing Company

Short’s Brewing Company


Blake’s Orchard & Cider Mill 17985 Armada Center Rd. Armada; www.ciderdayze.com

 

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