INTRODUCTION TO CIDER DAYS TOPEKA
Cider Days Fall is a special time of year for apple growers and cider lovers alike. This is the time of year when apples are harvested and made into cider, and the days are cooler and the air is crisp. It’s a perfect time to enjoy all the wonderful things about fall, and cider is one of them!
But why is it called Cider Days Fall? There are a few possible explanations. One theory is that it’s because cider was traditionally made in the fall, after the apples were harvested. Another possibility is that the name comes from the Old English word for autumn, which is hæfodmonath or head month. This was the time of year when cider was made and drunk, so it makes sense that it would be called Cider Days Fall.
Whatever the origin of the name, Cider Days Fall is a great time to enjoy all the best that fall has to offer, including delicious cider!