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Opening News and Awards for Ploughman Cider Taproom

When last we spoke, it was early November 2020. But not much has happened since then, right?

Seriously, there’s been a lot going on and little of it good. Then today, we were nominated by USA Today’s 10best in a fan poll for America’s Best Cidery. That’s something good that happened recently! If you’re so inclined, you can vote every 24 hours between now and March 16th when the poll closes. We would certainly appreciate your support! We’ve consistently been in the top five from the moment this poll went live! Keep up the good work, friends!

 We expect to reopen Ploughman Cider Taproom in Gettysburg for indoor service after a year of disruption, limited to outdoor service and to go sales only. We’ll be rolling out a local-farm sourced menu of delicious food that will accompany the ciders we serve there on the Square of Gettysburg. We’ll have GREAT musicians performing there all spring, summer, and fall. We’re also bringing back our Summer Drive Thru Concert Series at the National Apple Museum in Biglerville. You might even see a few Taproom-exclusive ciders in 2021 as well so plan to visit us out here in Apple Country. We’re still currently open for to-go sales only every weekend and I encourage fans of fermented beverages to “Save The Date” Sunday 2/28.

Keep a close eye on our social media channels for a really fun pop up coming up later this month! More information on when we’ll be opening for indoor and outdoor service coming soon in the next two months or so. Until then, we’re still open from 11-7pm Friday, Saturday, and Sunday for your to-go cider sales and some wonderful products from Three Springs Fruit Farm. Hot mulled cider as well!

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Ben Wenk is a local farmer, cider-maker and musician. He is a partner at Three Springs Fruit Farm and has created Ploughman's Taproom on the Gettysburg Square.

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