Holy cow, guys. We're at D-Day for the Twin Cities food and wine show!
If...you know...D-Day was understood to be the event that lead to the U.S. participation in WWII, with WWII being the actual event, the culmination so to speak.
So then today is the day that will lead us to Minneapolis, with the food and wine show tomorrow being the actual event.
It's a weak metaphor, okay? Moving on.
Day Eleven: Crispin Cider Company
Crispin Cider Company was named "The Hottest Cold Beverage 2009. The wine drinker's beer (and the beer drinker's wine)" by Twin Cities Business.
Crispin lives up to it's name, made with "premium apple juice, not from concentrate with no added malt, grape wine or spirit alcohol. [The] unique flavors are smoothed with pure apple juice or organic honey or organic maple syrup and contain no added colorants, sorbate or benzoate preservatives and are cold filtered for crisp refreshment."
They've got a lot of fun videos on their website. I'd have to say a good one is Mayor Rybak dancing with the Crispin Cider bottle in downtown Minneapolis. One can only hope we'll have the option of dancing with the giant bottle tomorrow.