Nomad Cidery Takes over Hoxsie’s Farm Market on M-72 in Williamsburg

Hoxsie’s Farm Market off of M-72 in Williamsburg was a beloved destination for many across Northern Michigan. Nomad Cidery, another Northern Michigan staple has taken over the location in Grand Traverse County with plans to carry on their traditions. Marketing Manager Megan Worden says, “This has been such an important place for so many people. We wanted to keep it a farm market continue to grow local produce.”

Nomad Cidery and farm market opened it’s doors at this new location back in June and has big plans for fall. “U-Pick Pumpkins and U-Pick apples will be here in the next couple weeks”, says Megan Worden.

This farm market grows apples, pumpkins, flowers, strawberries and source produce from other local farms. They also carry local products — Maple syrup, honey, lavender, etc.

They are in the process of expanding. Nomad Cidery is known for their cider and they are working on building a cidery and tap room on-site as well in the coming months.

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