“I recently started following Pennings Farm on Facebook and saw that they were hosting a private Cider Tasting. We didn’t even think twice on branching out to something different and opened our plans up to friends and family. I spoke with Annie who had helped us by answering a few questions. Day of, here we are, having no idea what we are going into. We’re met at the top of the hill by Pennings Security guard Jim who escorts us to the door. We walk in, meet Annie and Steve and the adventure had begun.
Steve, who just so happens to be a Pennings, invites us to have a seat, rest, relax and we all get to know Steve, Annie and the history of Pennings. WHAT A WONDERFUL HISTORY!
Tasting was amazing! Steve took great care of us and kept the atmosphere fun and exciting with his animated and positive charisma. Having not eaten all day, my Wife had asked Annie for one of their famous brick oven pizzas and within 5 minutes, there it was. DELICIOUS! Steve had shown us the cidery and again, shared history of the place.
Since we came on such a beautiful, sunny day, we had the opportunity to hang out through out the afternoon at the cidery. Now, we thought that the fun was behind us. Nope, we were wrong. We come outside to the food, bar and (covid friendly) seating area which is nestled right around the trees where the apples grow.
We ordered our ciders – I strongly suggest the Cold Crash, and went on to order our foods. We got the amazingly delicious Arugula fig and balsamic, Neapolitan pizzas and a cucumber, tomato mozzarella salad. I’m pretty sure that anything that you order here will be absolutely delightful!
Before leaving, we simply had to stop by the market to take some of this amazing place home with us. The cherry pie is, as everything else, delicious!
It’s been a week and we’re still raving about our fantastic weekend! We can’t wait to visit again!” ~ Paul R.