Fall abundance is celebrated with the second annual Olympic Peninsula Apple & Cider Festival. Appreciate the traditions and culture of growing apples and fermenting cider with a truly authentic Pacific Northwest, tree-to-glass weekend experience. Attendees are welcome to join for one, two, or all three days of feasting, tasting and celebration.
In its first year, the weather for the Apple & Cider Festival was shaky. With heavy overcast skies and occasional sprinkles, eyes were squinted upwards as vendors wished for sun. Yet this did not stop the crowd’s burgeoning appetite for cider! The Palindrome was quickly packed to the gills with guests who, if they couldn’t get their sunshine outside, were eager to drink up the sunshine imbued into the apples.
Inspired in part by the Franklin Cider Days on the East Coast, this festival is a new Northwest tradition, grounded in the flavor of the season and the culture of the region: rugged, classy and delicious. All day-time events are all-ages, however all hard cider tastings are 21+.