From the beginnings of the Deen family’s heritage in farming to a present-day cidery, winery, and tasting room, they have a story for the ages. More recent history is Hardball owner, Geoff Deen, making his first batch of hard cider in Nov 2013. For years, his father had pressed apples on Elvern Farms to make cider, but while on a train ride to work, Geoff had an epiphany- bring together his family’s tradition of farm-fresh pressed cider and his love for baseball, and Hardball Cider was born.
As classic as our favorite sport, with an innovative spin on the word craft, Hardball Cider, wine, and orchard is dedicated to tradition and quality. We press apples on our 5th generation-owned family farm only 30 minutes from Easton. With flavors like tart and dry apple, white peach, black cherry, blueberry, watermelon, pineapple coconut, cinnamon spiced, and more, Hardball Cider will make you a fan of cider, regardless of your taste preferences.
Silverback Distillery is the only mother-daughter distilling duo in the nation crafting high quality, award-winning spirits. From their refreshing, citrus-forward Strange Monkey Gin to real honey-liqueur infused Blackback Rye Whiskey to the “ultimate butterscotch bomb” Blackback Bourbon, Silverback Distillery strives to produce distinct, flavorful spirits from a unique mix of local grains, mountain water and good ol’ American craft(woman)ship.
With production facilities and tasting rooms in both the Pocono region of Pennsylvania and in the Blue Ridge Mountains of Virginia, Silverback offers a unique visitor experience.
Social Still produces ultra-premium spirits in the heart of the Lehigh Valley, using the finest raw materials available to create their small-batch spirits that rival the best in the world. They source many GMO free, organic and Pennsylvania-grown grains to create a collection of fine spirits now available to you at EFM.
Tolino Vineyards is a family-owned winery. The Tolinos grows five varieties of grapes on 10 acres of land to produce award winning wines by nurturing the classic Vinifera and hybrid varieties of grapes to craft their Cabernet Franc, Chardonnay, Vidal Blanc, Pinot Grigio, Mama’s Rose, Papa’s Red, Chambourcin and Sweet Frances Ice Wine. The vineyards were planted in 2007, the tasting room in Bangor PA opened in 2013 and Tolino Vineyards at the Easton Public Market opened in 2016. The Tolino family invites you to visit them at the farmer’s market or at their beautiful estate vineyard to experience the tastes and smells of their delicious local wines.
280 Mount Pleasant Road
Bangor, Pa 18013
Weyerbacher Brewing Company
Weyerbacher Brewing was founded in 1995 in a livery stable located in downtown Easton. Eventually outgrowing that small space, we made the move to the 30,000 square foot facility that we still call home today.
Since the beginning, we have established a reputation for making big, full-flavored, high quality brews. While predominantly known for Belgian-style brews including Merry Monks and QUAD, we have an extensive barrel aging program which produces fan favorites including Insanity and Riserva. In recent years, we’ve dipped our toes into IPAs and other lower ABV styles with great success. Experimenting with different ingredients and brewing techniques, our brewers continue to stretch their creative minds and develop interesting and mind blowing beers that will satisfy your taste for the extraordinary.
905 Line Street
Easton, PA 18042
Amara Radicchio Aperitivo (Jul 2, Aug 6, Sep 3 & 24)
Inspired by Spanish, Italian, and French aperitif wines, our aperitivo is infused with fennel for an oaky aroma, radicchio for bitterness and color, and organic herbs all grown on Roots to River Farm.
Drink on ice. Keep Refrigerated.
To order: growinggoodspirits.com
3211 N Sugan Rd
Christmas City Spirits (Jun 11, 4, 25; Jul 23; Sep 3, 17; Oct 15, 29)
Historically inspired products, developed by their team of dedicated alco-historians blend with their sense of community to bring history and place to the palates of their consumers. Alcohol played a major role in colonial America. You could even argue that massive taxes on the trade were a trigger for the American Revolution. The Moravians bought their distilling knowledge to Bethlehem in 1741 and the craft has had a presences throughout the entire region ever since. A group of Lehigh Valley friends bring back the authenticity and history of this tradition with products made with local sources.
564 Main St #2
Bethlehem, PA 18018