Huge news for cider fans in Pittsburgh!
Threadbare Ciderhouse and Meadery, the cidery from the Wigle Whiskey folks, has announced an opening date.
They’ll officially open the doors to their North Side cider house and tasting room on Friday, October 20, kicking off their first-ever cider season with celebratory party.
In an announcement, Threadbare said they will serve “bottle conditioned, interesting and approachable cider inspired by cider traditions around the globe, and our own regional heritage.”
Threadbare will also house a kitchen that will produce oven-fired pizzas and fermented foods that utilize yeasts and grain from their brewing and distilling process.
In addition, guests will be able to go on Ciderhouse Tours, which place an emphasis on the real-life Johnny Appleseed, Pittsburgher John Chapman.
Tickets to the grand opening celebration are $30 per person, and will include two drinks, tasting platters from the Ciderhouse kitchen, live music and mini tours. They are available for purchase online.
Bottles of Threadbare’s Dry Cider, Farmhouse Cider and Hopped Cider are available for pre-order.
Threadbare Cider (1291 Spring Garden Avenue)