March First Brewing Hosts Third Annual Ciderpalooza Hard Cider Festival In Sycamore Township


CINCINNATI - March First Brewing is hosting their third annual Ciderpalooza hard cider festival this weekend on Saturday, August 28th at their brewery located at 7885 E. Kemper Rd. from noon to midnight. They will be bringing in 18 guest ciders from 12 different breweries and cideries around the country and will be featuring 10 creations of their own bringing the total number of ciders featured at Ciderpalooza to 28! Unique cider offerings from March First include Spicy Margarita, Arnold Palmer (lemonade and tea), Bourbon Maple, Peanut Butter and Jelly, and even extreme flavors like Flaming Hot Cheetos. You can get the full lineup of ciders on MarchFirstBrewing.com


“Ciderpalooza is always our biggest event of the year here at March First. The tri-state area really loves their ciders and we’re super excited to be the go-to spot to try a huge variety under one roof.” March First spokesperson Josh Engel said. “There’s a ton of pent up demand for cider as hard seltzer has been dominating the last two summers. This is the time for cider lovers to rejoice.”


March First will have both of their bars and patios open and there will be serving stations throughout the property allowing for a ton of space to spread out and have a great time with friends and family.


In addition to the cider March First will be hosting a wide variety of music throughout the day. DJ Castle will be playing house and EDM from noon-1:30pm, Brian Rice is on from 1:30-3:30pm, Dunby 4 takes the stage from 4:00-6:00pm, Charlie John is live from 6:30-9:30pm and DJ Castle is back from 10:00pm to midnight.


Tickets will be available at the brewery the day of the event for $3 for one 5oz pour, or 10 for $25. Food will be available from the March First Pizza Kitchen and if ciders aren’t your thing their full bar will be available for beer and cocktails.


Don’t forget, if you plan on attending there is additional parking available across the street from the brewery at Kemper Pointe with a cross walk and sidewalk to get you to the brewery. There is also additional parking up and down Goldcoast Drive around the corner of the brewery. As always, ride sharing or taking a taxi is also a great option to drink responsibly.

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