We hope you’ll be thirsty this Saturday because Milwaukee will be hosting three beverage-based events at the same time. Perhaps you’ve already read about MobCraft’s annual Stout Fest that’s taking place at the Walker’s Point brewery on December 9. Maybe you also recall our recent article about Amorphic Beer’s second anniversary celebration that’ll be happening in Riverwest on Saturday. Well, if you’re still seeking another place to get drinks and partake in a full-fledged party this weekend, allow us to formally suggest you make you way to Cache Cider.

Starting at noon and running through midnight on Saturday, December 9, the Bay View-based cidery will celebrate its third anniversary with a winning mix of single-varietal hard cider and natural wine, live music, and free food/soda. Cache will mark the occasion by offering some new releases throughout the day. Later, Luke Cerny will perform at 7 p.m. before giving way to accomplished area musician (and Cache’s owner/founder) Ethan Keller at 8 p.m.

This event is free, but Cache is recommending people RSVP on the Facebook event page because space is limited. Happy anniversary to Milwaukee’s first cidery operation. Here’s to hoping business is… fruitful for years to come!

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Before co-founding Milwaukee Record, Tyler Maas wrote for virtually every Milwaukee publication (except Wassup! Magazine). He lives in Bay View and enjoys both stuff and things.