Whip Tavern Slinging Cider to Benefit the Brandywine Conservancy

The famous Whip Tavern--via ChaddsFordLive.com
For “Fox Sake” cider draft handles.–via Whip Tavern, ChaddsFordLive.com

Sipping cider and enjoying the stunning beauty of nature is a favorite pastime for patrons of The Whip Tavern in West Marlborough Township — and every sip sends a little love to that very landscape.

Fifty cents of every Imperial pint of For Fox Sake cider from March 15 to Dec. 31 is donated to the Brandywine Conservancy to help preserve the former King Ranch; last year’s 7,500 glasses raised $3,772 for the cause, according to a Chadds Ford Live report by Kathleen Brady Shea.

“We raise a glass to toast The Whip Tavern for their support of our open space and clean water programs,” Brandywine Conservancy Executive Director Virginia A. Logan said in the article. “They have found a delicious way to advance our important work, and we are truly grateful.”

Like the pristine property the tavern overlooks, the “fruit-forward, off-dry English-style cider” from Big Hill Ciderworks stays true to its natural origins.

“We’re so blessed to have an organization like the (Brandywine) Conservancy protecting open space,” Co-Owner K.C. Kulp said in the article. “We’re happy to be a part of making that happen.”

Read more of the story behind The Whip Tavern’s house pour tradition in Chadds Ford Live here, and check out previous VISTA Today coverage of Brandywine Conservancy happenings here.

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