What’s the best way to watch the first total solar eclipse visible in the continental US in 38 years? With a real cider or mead in hand! Join us Monday, August 21st to watch this celestial event. We’ll release a new summery cider that day, made with NC cucumber and cantaloupe.
Although Black Mountain is not in the path of totality, from our location the moon will block the sun 98.9%. The partial eclipse will begin around 1, and the maximum eclipse will occur at 2:38 PM. The partial eclipse ends at 4:01 PM. Bring your eclipse glasses!