Historical Cider Symposium at Stone & Key Cellars
Stone & Key Cellars co-hosts a fundraiser for Morgan Log House. Join us for interesting discussion, cider samples, and small bites, while supporting a great cause!
2-5pm Sunday August 19th at Stone & Key Cellars
By day, Mark A. Turdo is curator of the Museum of the American Revolution in Philadelphia. But at night (and on weekends) he researches American cider history and recreates early American ciders. He shares his research and experiments on his blog, Pommel Cyder, which can be found at pommelcyder.wordpress.com.
Stone & Key Cellars Cidermaking team
Meet the team that makes Stone & Key's line of ciders and learn about the modern tools and practices of this traditional beverage.
More updates coming soon!
Taste through a flight of four of Stone & Key's favorite finished ciders and get a sneak peek at what is on the horizon.
Enjoy small bites from a local caterer courtesy of Morgan Log House's team.
Your purchases on the day of and the week following the event can also benefit Morgan Log House! Just mention that you want to support them with your purchase at check out and a portion of the sale will be donated!
About Morgan Log House:
Reflecting the lifestyle of early pioneers of Pennsylvania, The Morgan Log House is a meticulously restored example of domestic architecture.
The land originally owned and farmed by Daniel Boones grandparents, Edward and Elizabeth Morgan, Welsh Quakers, the Morgan Log House is currently administered by the Welsh Valley Preservation Society for Towamencin Township, and exhibits many fine examples of fine antique furniture, metals, household implements and colonial period decorative arts from the early Welsh and Germanic Traditions of Pennsylvania.
Today, this National Historic Site is open for tours, special programs, and on-going research opportunities.
About Stone & Key Cellars:
Leveraging their experience serving and supplying winemakers for more than 20 years, Jason & Deb Harris launched Stone & Key Cellars in Montgomeryville in Autumn 2013. Working on an urban winery model, we source grapes from some of the best AVAs in the world an turn them into award-winning wines right hear in Pennsylvania! Stone and Keys extremely talented cellar staff crafts wines from over 15 distinct varietals each year, while producing acclaimed ciders from some of the best apples PA has to offer.
Stone & Key Cellars (View)
435 Doylestown Rd
Montgomeryville, PA 18936
|Minimum Age: 13|
|Kid Friendly: Yes!|
|Dog Friendly: No|
|Wheelchair Accessible: Yes!|