BITS & BITES – Door County Pulse

Farmhouse breakfast, daily bagels and donuts, Door County’s first mead

Get a Moo-ve on Dairy Breakfast

Cherryland Dairy, 926 W. Town Line Road in Sturgeon Bay, will host the Sevastopol FFA Alumni Dairy Breakfast on Sunday, July 3, from 6 a.m. to 11:30 a.m., rain or shine.

Enjoy a morning on the farm that begins with an all-you-can-eat breakfast of pancakes with real maple syrup, scrambled eggs with ham and cheese, Cherry De-Lite cherry juice, apple juice from the Lautenbach orchard , samples of BelGioioso cheese, ice cream , Hyline Orchard cherry sauce and Door County Coffee. Then, visit animal friends at the Petting Zoo, hear tunes from Modern Day Drifters, and take a spin around the park on the Mayberry Carriage rides.

Tickets – available at the door – are $9 for ages 7 and up and free for kids 6 and under. Questions? Call 920.743.4956.

Great easy service

Big Easy – which serves freshly baked bagels with cream cheese and fluffy donuts with powdered sugar – is now open daily from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. In addition to the breakfast treats of the same name, try the hearty breakfast sandwiches and morning coffee at 7755 Hwy 42 in Egg Harbor. The lunch menu is available on site or to order online.

Meadery enters the Door County beverage scene

Considered the world’s first fermented beverage, mead (honey-based wine) is a niche adult beverage that is steadily growing in popularity. Now Mixed Meadery – Door County’s first meadery – makes its products and shares a tasting room with Hatch Distilling Co., 7740 Hwy 42 in Egg Harbor.

Mixed Meadery’s range of meads – and soon ciders and wines – showcase local ingredients and focus on affordable, fresh and well-balanced products. By July, mead will have three options on the shelves: a dry sparkling mead (Brut), a slightly sweeter sparkling mead (Sec) and a “cyser”, made with honey and apples and blended with cherries. tarts from Door County.

Stay up to date with what’s new by following Mixed Meadery on Instagram @mixed.meadia and @hatchdistilling.

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