A century-old recipe with a surprising modern twist!
Our Agrarian Heritage in a Bottle
Crafted in Vermont using authentic ingredients, this one-of-a-kind beverage combines the natural sweetness of maple syrup with the tanginess of organic apple cider vinegar–with added hints of lemon, ginger and molasses. Switchel was traditionally used by Vermont farmers to slake their thirst and provide natural energy while haying. As a...Read More
While originally used as a thirst-slaking beverage, we have found Switchel to be incredibly versatile, and this is just a short list of ways to enjoy it! 1) Freeze in ice cube trays and add to a cold glass of water or tea. 2) Freeze for “Switch-cicles” in paper cups with wooden spoons 3) Heat it up in the winter! Add a small...Read More
My husband is a 7th generation Vermonter, descended from dairy farmers in Glover, Vermont. His grandfathers Joseph Alexander and Ernest Perron are shown here in a rare moments of leisure while bringing in the hay. Joseph is the one proudly perched atop his loose hay on the horse drawn wagon and Ernest is the one standing tall (top left behind the...Read More
What is Switchel?
Crafted in Vermont using authentic...
While originally used as a thirst-slaking...
My husband is a 7th generation Vermonter,...