Come join Nashville-based Dairy Daughters for a concert under the stars at the ciderhouse. Dairy Daughters are a guitar and fiddle country duo spearheaded by Shelby Dressel and Minnesota-native Megan Gertken. They write songs together that lyrically portray their view of life, love, and self-image. They have a sound uniquely their own, reflecting their roots and influences, such as Patty Loveless, George Strait, and many others. We are very excited to start a first-of-many 'Nashville comes to Milk and Honey' concert series with this talented and dynamic group. The opening band, food trucks and more details coming soon but mark your calendars now.
Random Road will be performing from 3-6 pm! Gastrotruck will be serving up seasonally delicious out of this county food!
Grab your tickets here. Your tickets will be sent to your email, please print them and bring to the show!
Born into this world from gas station cassette tape collecting semi-truck drivers, Alex “Crankshaft” Larson was introduced to a wide variety of music as a pup. In 1996 he traded a combination oil/wood stove to his uncle for his first electric guitar and amp. Since then he's been involved in many projects, including a band he started with his brother in 2001 called The Mojo Spleens. In April 2008, while self-employed as a contractor, he started practicing as a one-man band and was playing shows two months later. Larson self-produced and released two EPs and one album during the next three years. In 2010 Crankshaft decided to hang up his hammer so he could focus on writing and performing music. Since then he's been earning a living playing, as both a traditional one-man band and as the leader of his trio, Crankshaft and the Gear Grinders.
We will have Lily's Wings for all your wing sauce cravings. This is a free event, open to all ages and as always our patio is pet friendly for friendly pets!
Jack and Kitty are high school sweethearts that play “Organic Vaudeville and Jug Band Folk” music. Kitty is the niece of reggae legend Bunny Wailer (of Bob Marley and the Wailers) and Jack’s babysitter was ukulele oddball Tiny Tim. The Emmy Award winning vaudevillian songsters love to perform concerts nationwide, playing a wide variety of folk instruments including: guitar, ukulele, washboard, jug, kazoo, harmonica, whizbang, rumba box and much more. For more information, visit: http://www.jackandkittymusic.com.
Led Zeppelin Tribute Band from St. Cloud Minnesota. A show you won't want to miss.
$5 at the door for a wristband.
Gastrotruck is providing us with fresh eats starting at 2pm!.
A shuttle will be provided for off-site parking. We will be staying open until Midnight!
Please, NO PARKING on county road 51 or along our drive. For your safety and others please do not walk along County Road 51.
Alchemy is back on tap and we're excited to offer two guest beers from Indeed Brewing.
Fun Fact: This band played at Peters wedding!
Brady Lillie a singer, guitarist, and songwriter that has been touring the country since the age of 17. With a wide range of material and infectious persona, Brady has become a favorite among many great venues across Minnesota. He phenomenally covers and performs hundreds of today's hottest, "Top 40," hits, along with an eclectic mix of your favorite hit songs from yesteryear, as well.
We will also be debuting our Fauna 2017 Harvest. This is the first cider to be released that we pressed in our St. Joseph facility! Meaning the first one you saw being made! Come enjoy the fruits of our labor. It has been said to be the best traditional cider we have ever made.
Lily's Wings will be out here serving up some delicious grub!
Join us for a night of cider and cheese pairings led by Alise Sjostrom, President & CEO of Redhead Creamery in Brooten, MN. Alise will be bringing some of the best her creamery has to offer and we'll be pairing them with our resident ciders. Space is limited, so reserve your tickets ahead of time to ensure a spot. $25 gets you two Milk & Honey cider flights, cheese tastings from Redhead Creamery, and a chance to expand your knowledge on all things cheese and cider!
Join us in the warmth of the Milk & Honey taproom, where you will learn about common grafting techniques and get an opportunity to graft a tree to take home. Methods taught include bench grafting, whip-and-tongue, and in-season chip budding. Participants can choose from several unique heirloom apple varieties and uncommon cider varieties proved for central Minnesota's climate and soil. Both dwarf and semi-dwarf rootstocks will be provided.
$30 admission includes grafting presentation, instruction, one grafted bare root apple tree to take home, materials to transport your tree(s), and a glass of Milk & Honey Cider. Additional trees can be grafted for $10 each.
Limit 30 participants.