You & Bae Can Go On A Boozy Date For Only $33 At This Cidery Outside Of Seattle

Cheers to the freakin' weekend!
Finnriver Farm & Cidery In Washington Is Offering Discounted Cider Tastings

Move over wine tasting, beer, and spirit tasting. There’s a new type of tasting on the block and the Finnriver Farm and Cidery in Washington is offering discounted cider samples for only $33 for two people. Whether you are celebrating the beginning of summer, a birthday, or an anniversary, this taste on a farm could be the perfect afternoon out on the town!  

Located in Chimacum, Washington, the Finnriver Farm is a little over an hour outside of Seattle.

They are running a Groupon deal at 29% off for two people to enjoy a cider tasting for only $33. If you have a party of four, you can get in at 36% off, for $60. Weekend plans, sorted.  

The package offers two guided tastings of up to five ciders or one shared cider flight sampler, two 10-ounce draft pours, and one 500-milliliter Finnriver Contemporary Cider.

They are currently open on the weekends and for takeout.

There are so many different options on their menu, like contemporary, orchard series, seasonal botanical, sour ciders, brandy wines, and much more.

If you love trying new things, this farm could be heaven on earth. It operates on 50 acres of certified organic fields and orchards in the Chimacum Valley. 

As Washington is one of the largest producers of apples, it’s no surprise that this farm is all about apples with their ample cider selection!

The menu features dishes like local bratwurst and kettle chips for $12, a peninsula burger with kettle chips that ranges between $12-$14, and a farm salad for $12, if you're wanting a meal during your sips. 

You can also get single ciders to go for $8.99 or a bottle of cider for only $23.  

Yum. As we slide into summer, this tasting is exactly what the doctor ordered.

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