Join us next Wednesday evening, March 7 from 5-9 p.m. at Caffè Dolce for the Homestead Cider Dinner, a fundraiser for the Moon-Randolph Homestead, and a celebration of Western Cider's Homestead Cider. A percentage of sales from the evening will go back to the Homestead to help fund historic preservation and community education projects.
The regular Caffe Dolce menu will be available, as well as a menu of small plates and entrées, made to pair with the Homestead Cider, which will be available on tap!
Reservations recommended. 406-830-3055. Walk-ins welcome, too.
More on the Homestead Cider:
The Homestead Cider is one of Western Cider's Community Collaboration Ciders with unique local provenance. Last fall, Moon-Randolph Homestead caretakers and volunteers harvested apples from the Homestead's orchard, planted by Ray and Luella Moon in the 1890s. These apples are old varieties--Winesap, Duchess of Oldenburg, Wolf River, Macintosh--that were grown for baking, and often for cider-making. Western Cider pressed and fermented these apples into a rare cider with elements of bright green apple, pear, and a dry, tannic finish, reminiscent of dry Montana sunshine and the North Hills, where these apples were grown.