Monthly Archives: July 2016

Cider Updates From My Other Cider Work

Things are hopping at Blackledge Winery.

In June we released our new cider, Penn’s 74, based on Gulielma Penn’s 1674 cider receipt (Gulielma was William Penn’s first wife). It comes in at 7.4% ABV and is delicious cold, cellar temperature, or warmed. You can order Penn’s 74 (along with all of Blackledge’s historical and historically-inspired libations) online.





To make it easier to get a bottle of cider in your hand, we are now able to ship. We can ship three (3) bottle and six (6) bottle purchases to most of the United States using FedEx Ground (we CAN’T deliver to AL, AR, DE, KY, MS, NH, OK, UT, and some parts of AK and WV). If in doubt, email or call first.


Blackledge will be pouring samples of its 18th-century colonial cider “Eliza’s 28” at this year’s Easton Heritage Day event on Sunday, July 10th from 1:00pm to 4:00pm in downtown Easton, PA. We’ll be setup in the 1753 Bachmann Publick House‘s original Tavern Room with free samples to anyone of legal drinking age who’d like to try it!

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