3920 Grandview Drive West
University Place, WA 98466
2013 Cider Squeeze
Featuring Delicious Cider & Apple Pie
Sunset Bible Bluegrass Band
The Big Apple
Sunday, September 8, 2013
Freshly Squeezed Cider
*Pressings are limited to two milk crates per family.
Here are a few tips to help you enjoy the day.
1. Start at the info booth on Grandview Drive to get your picking bags and press coupon.
If you’ve adopted a tree, we’ll help you find it. If not, why not consider adopting one--the returns are delicious!
2. Pick apples from any tree in the orchard except taped trees (for preschool tours). No home grown apples allowed to prevent the spread of disease. Please limit your pickings so everyone has a chance to enjoy the day.
3. Wash Stations -All apples must be washed prior to squeezing. You can wash up to two milk crates full of apples at one time.
4. Press area- Take the two milk crates of washed apples and your press coupon to the pressing line. Due to the popularity of our event, pressing opportunities may be limited. It is recommended that visitors get into the pressing line with their washed apples by 2:15 p.m. Each family will get one pressing per time (up to one gallon or two milk crates). The amount of cider will vary based on the size of the press and juiciness of the apples. Feel free to take extra apples home to enjoy. If you want to squeeze again, please get another coupon from the information booth before you get back into line.
It is highly recommended to boil or pasteurize raw apple juice/cider before drinking to destroy any harmful bacteria. Refrigerate and drink within five days or freeze for later use.