Afterward, David’s wife Miriam has plenty of tasting stations set up for sampling throughout the country store next to the production plant.
Demand grew and a business was formed to handle the requests.
For years the mixing was done by hand – David’s father-in-law’s hands – out in the yard.
The place can easily double as a copper kettle museum of historic proportions.
Many relics are on display including an antique rocking horse Mr. Venture into this old-world of American manufacturing and hear the harmony of tapping, pounding and other clamoring noises ringing from room to room.
For complete tour information, coordination and other attractions, visit the Bucyrus Tourism & Visitors Bureau online at call 1-866-562-0720.
Oh, and we didn’t even cover the town’s biggest attraction, its annual Bratwurst Festival in August.Off the beaten path but conveniently located along State Route 30, Bucyrus, Ohio awaits with its Norman Rockwell charm and Mayberry friendliness and service.Hop over to Cooper’s Cider Mill and see apples and berries go from the vine to spread.The only company it kept was storage containers, boxes and the like.Recently, it was cleared out revealing thick brick dining booths and walls – made so that the spray of Tommy Gun bullets couldn’t penetrate and hurt the Mob Boss.On a sad note, the day David went to buy an automatic mixer, his father-in-law died before he returned.