Nate Watters of Keepsake Cidery in rural Dundas stops by KDHL to educate us on the production of this product.  The half hour program starts at 9:30 a.m.

According to their website, "Keepsake was one of the first in North America to go all wild cider.  The yeasts naturally ferment to produce something unique, regional, and changing every year.  Even though all our ciders are now crafted this way, this was the first, and retains its name."

Eleven apple breeds are featured on the Keepsake Cidery website.

For example Organic Wild has this description.

"A bright yet earthy, slightly tannic cider made with wild yeasts and a unique blend of local organic apples.  Pressed, Aged, and Bottle Conditioned on the farm.

Did you know you can't sell homemade wine at a farmers' market?  This doesn't make sense to me.  What do you think?

Enter your number to get our free mobile app