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Discover the Best Small-Batch Hard Ciders at Burnt Mills Cider in Bedminster

Hey there cider lovers! Let me tell you about my recent visit to Burnt Mills Cider in Bedminster, New Jersey. This cidery is the real deal, crafting small-batch hard ciders using high quality apples and ingredients to yield the best cider! And let me tell you, they're out of this world!

I got to try their blackcurrant cider, and it was a total game-changer. Tart and jammy, it had just the right amount of pucker to make my taste buds dance. And if you're looking for something sweet and refreshing, their Strawberry Lemonade cider is a must-try. Made with fresh strawberries, this cider is like a summertime picnic in a glass, with a delightful lemon finish that will keep you coming back for more.



Now, let's talk about the atmosphere. Burnt Mills Cider's tasting room is cozy and welcoming, with rustic decor and a laid-back vibe. But if you're planning on visiting during peak hours, make sure to bring your own chairs and blankets for the outdoor seating area. Trust me, it can get busy and the tables fill up quickly.

But don't let that deter you - Burnt Mills Cider is worth the visit. Not only do they offer delicious ciders, but they also host live music events and have food trucks on site on the weekends. It's the perfect spot to spend an afternoon with friends and family, sipping on some of the best cider around.



The staff was extremely friendly and helpful in describing the ciders. If you can't pick just one you to try you can enjoy a tasting flight of four ciders! Burnt Mills is also dog friendly! It was so fun seeing all the pups running around!


So what are you waiting for? Whether you're a die-hard cider fan or just looking for a fun day out, make sure to check out Burnt Mills Cider. Trust me, you won't be disappointed!


Hours & Info

Closed: Monday - Wednesday

Thursday: 4-8pm

Friday: 4-8pm

Saturday: 12-8pm

Sunday: 12-6pm



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