Buskey Cider in Scott’s Addition will celebrate “#804Day” (that’s August 4th–get it?) tomorrow with a whole host of events throughout the evening.
In addition to the cidery’s selection of ciders, nearby Boulevard Burger and Brew will be on site selling farm-raised beef and vegan sliders. Ellwood Thompson’s will also be collaborating with Buskey to create limited release “Randall’d” ciders through the use of their local produce to be served in the tasting room.
Buskey, which opened just three months ago, has wasted no time getting involved in the community, having partnered with several non-profits since its inception, most recently Building A Better RPS, which serves to better Richmond Public Schools.
Tomorrow, HandsOn Greater Richmond will receive 10% of cider sales to support their mission of engaging individuals, families, teams, and corporate groups in volunteer opportunities across the Richmond region. The organization will be on-site to demonstrate ways to get connected to the city.
In addition, MOMsVA Dog Rescue will have a puppy kissing booth, and King of Pops will be slinging their gourmet popsicles all evening.
“We love calling RVA home, and want to celebrate 804 Day on August 4th, aka 8-04,” says Will Correll, Busey’s founder and CEO. “How could you better celebrate living in such an awesome place than by inviting non-profits, musicians, restaurants, and other RVA businesses to come to our cider to celebrate 804 Day with us?”
The fun kicks of at 5:00 PM at Buskey Cider, located at 2910 W. Leigh Street in Scott’s Addition.
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