Apple Cider, When’s the Best Time to Buy?

/Apple Cider, When’s the Best Time to Buy?

Apple Cider in Ann Arbor, MI

When talking about fall in Michigan there are always certain things that immediately spring to mind. apple picking, U pick pumpkins, hayrides, donuts and of course apple cider. Apple cider has become a staple of autumns in Michigan and it’s hard to imagine fall without it. At Wing Farm you can enjoy a cool glass of apple cider and donuts while your children play, learn, and discover all the farm has to offer. Alternatively you can offer them a glass once they’ve finished playing and have tired themselves out.

Is fall the best time to buy apple cider? The short answer is yes. Apples are Michigan’s largest fruit crop and the prime season for them is fall. That means that September and October are the perfect and best times to stock up on apple cider. Since apples are in season they are bigger, more abundant and definitely more delicious. While it is sold all year in some stores it will never be as fresh and delicious as it is in autumn. Apple cider is something that parents and kids can enjoy, stop on by and get a gallon for the family today at Wing Farm.

Contact Us Today To Learn More About Our Apple Cider

Wing Farms was founded in 1852 and 150 years later the farm is still going strong. We have u pick pumpkins, apple cider, gourds, farm fresh turkeys, and many activities that the entire family can enjoy. Visit our farm today to take home your very own giant pumpkin, gourds, apple cider or a farm fresh turkey. To learn more about our apple cider, pumpkin patch, hayrides, gourds and our farm and its many features you can contact us today at (734) 761-7578.


About the Author:

Wing Farms was founded in 1852 by James Wing. Over 150 years and 5 generations later, the farm is still going strong. Owned and operated by Kevin Wing, the farm is comprised of 205 acres, including the homestead. Over the years, the farm has held herds of sheep, cattle and dairy cows. Today, corn, soybeans and rye are the main crops – along with our famous Giant Pumpkins.