Georgian Sands is on the edge of Ontario’s largest apple-growing region. Why is that important? Cider! Apple cider is a fast-growing industry, so big now that the Ontario Craft Cider Association has named June its first-ever Cider Month. Starting this Friday, you can sample cider and specially-selected food pairings at some of the best cideries in the province from Duntroon to Blue Mountain, Beaver Valley, Thornbury and Meaford. It’s a ten-day festival that you won’t want to miss. A Ciderfest passport will not only admit you to seven Cider Stops, but give you a chance to meet the makers of this delicious beverage. Cider is now joining the ranks of beer and wine as a complex, interesting drink. Craft cider makers use cider-specific Ontario apples and are experimenting with different flavors. Enjoy yourself!