Up North: Wild State Cider holds anniversary ‘Camp’
Wild State Cider has been here in Duluth for the past four years and to celebrate they held a huge event dubbed ‘Camp Wild State’.
In light of their anniversary of serving the Northland cold beverages, delectable snacks and immaculate vibes people came together at the Camp Wild State celebration, at Wild State Cider, for their big birthday blow out.
Along with live music the event included tent and kayak giveaways, food trucks, donut flights which were a big hit, limited cider releases, a vintage merchandise sale, and $1 ice-cream all day
“We have a really good family friendly environment for anyone that wants to join. We have a new margarita cider, we have a new carrot ginger turmeric and blood orange mimosa is flying off the shelves,” said assistant taproom manager Madyson Gasper.
“It’s a lot of fun especially that it’s kid friendly so I can come here and also my kids can be around. They can have fun and I know it’s a safe place for them to enjoy, too,” added Duluthian Nicholas Terwey.
However the biggest draw for people was the sunshine. Being able to be outdoors again, sharing stories of winter activates past and planning for the warmer days to come.
“It’s nice that everyone can get together and kind of be a little more social and get together for something like this,” concluded Terwey.