THE APPLE SHED - HUON HIGHWAY
FOOD + RESTAURANT + MUSEUM
In the rustic surrounds of an original apple shed built in 1942, learn about the Huon’s fascinating apple heritage told through the eyes of Willie Smith. A range of delicious ciders is available at the cellar door and the café serves a simple menu of the finest regional products. The small providore gives local producers an outlet in the Huon Valley where they can showcase their products and produce. Also on site is a working alembic copper still used to distill cider and produce apple brandy or calvados and a range of schnapps. Made in Tasmania and based on a 16th century cognac still from France it is the only one of its kind in Australia.
PHONE: (03) 6266 4345
ADDRESS: 2064 Huon Highway
Words & Images from the book: Tailored Tasmania 2
9/13/2017 11:58:07 pm
Very interesting and unusual idea to combine a restaurant and a museum, this place is worthy of attention.
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