The Riverhead Cider House #Cider #Beer #RIVERHEADCIDER

Heading out to the Hamptons this summer?  If so, you need to visit The Riverhead Cider House.  The Riverhead Cider House brings a new, and interesting twist to the well known Long Island Winery area.

 The Riverhead Cider House is a place where the whole family can relax and spend time together (something we need to do more often).  

The Riverhead Cider House serves the “Finest New York Hard Cider” and the Cider House offers a variety of ciders that you get to taste test.  However, if cider isn’t your desired drink, you need not despair, they have local beers and wines as well.       

After tasting all three ciders – Benjamin’s Best Founders Reserve  and Captain Cooks Razzs Ma Tazz  –the cider of choice was Benjamin’s Best.  Benjamin’s Best with its apple aroma, light finish, and only 3% residual sugar.  

With no elbow bumping, at the bar, and drinks in hand, the kids are cheerful. Reminds me of the old saying, the family that cheers together stays together.  Something like that.  Bottoms up, guys.

Plenty of sitting space at The Riverhead Cider house.

Look, a door for a table!  Here you can just knock down a few ciders.
 A chair for two that immediately draws you to it, but, doesn’t invite you to sit.  A lovely piece of furniture but not easy on the buttock, it was dubbed the stand up chair. The Riverhead Cider House made our cider experience a comfortable one, even the grand kids found their corner.A beer barrel table gave my husband a few moments of alone time.  Until, the kids decided to take over with their juices drinks and super pretzel.     

Then The Riverhead Cider House outdoor area was found.  Swoosh!  Before you could say,”Cider house,” we were all sitting outdoors.

Even though the sky was gloomy, and not giving off that outdoor feeling, it just did not matter.

The visit to The Riverhead Cider House gave our Hamptons visit a different splash of color, with a taste of cider.  Looking forward to our next Riverhead Cider House visit.                     

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