In Brooklyn before it was called Brooklyn, everyone drank cider there... now you can too. It wasn’t like wine, it wasn’t like scotch, it was more like water. It was a thirst quencher for the worker as well as what the founding fathers drank with breakfast. Like fine wines ciders are expressions of place, but unlike wine ciders are meant to be gulped not sipped! Some are bubbly, some are dry, and some have a hint of natural sugar, but all are meant to celebrate the simple pleasures. So join us in a toast to tradition and friendship, hosted by Cider Goddess Lindsey Storm.