LOCAL HARD CIDER • LOCAL MEAD • Thursday, July 11 • Cockeysville

Who doesn’t love a good hard cider, or honey-sweetened mead and melomels made with local fruit?  Maryland is home to several wineries producing some of the best of these elixers.  Lucky for us, they’re all gathering in one place to celebrate the summer and kick off the first annual Locapour event.

Maryland Wineries Association would like to offer a pair of tickets to this family-friendly event.  Comment below to be entered to win.  Winners will be announced on Monday, July 8th.  Good luck!

  • good apples make good hard cidergood pears make good hard cidergood bees(honey!) make good mead

WHEN: Thursday, July 11 • 4 – 9 p.m.

WHERE: Baltimore County Center for Maryland Agriculture & Farm Park
In the tree-lined allé
1114 Shawan Road
Cockeysville, MD 21030

MORE: In addition to the locally-produced cider and mead, guests will enjoy other vendors and artisans, food and live (roving!) music. There will be farm tours by Farmer Stan, and much more!

TICKETS: Entry is $20 ($25 at the farm) and includes samples of locally-produced hard cider and mead. Non-taster tickets are $10. Kids under 8 are admitted free!

Proceeds to benefit Maryland farmers through the Maryland Agricultural Resource Council and the Maryland Wineries Association.

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24 replies on “Win Tickets to Locapour Drink Local Cider & Mead Festival”

  1. This sounds great! We making our own kitchen-counter meads this year from local, raw honey. We’d love to meet our local mead makers and taste the professional pours!

    1. That’s our goal as well. My family made melomel from our home grown plums & local honey. Can’t wait to see how it compares to the professionals!

    1. Jessica- At the Drink Local Wine conference in April, we had several bloggers from Cali who commented that Maryland was progressing down the CA success path. Make sure you comment on the picture post we’ll do next week, to tell us your thoughts & how MD compared.

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