Fire Cider is a traditional folk remedy used by people over the ages to improve digestion and build seasonal immunity. This tasty remedy is an oxymel, an herbal medicine made with apple cider vinegar, raw honey and herbs that promotes respiratory health and warms up the body. Come to The Farmer’s Daughter to enjoy a two-hour long journey into folk medicine. Participants will be making this traditional remedy from scratch, and go home with a jar full of spicy delight.
Fire Cider Making will be held on Saturday, November 4 from 1:00 to 3:00 pm at The Farmer’s Daughter, located at 431 East Ohio Street in Historic Deutschtown. For more details, visit the Fire Cider Making event page. To purchase your ticket, call 412-231-1238.