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FRIDAY, APRIL 6 - MONDA'~, APRIL 9, 2012 ARTS'& ENTERTAINMENT Cape Gazetle _ | t pl New product now cally grown hard-apple beverage, going, and we are,really proud of the company hosted an assembly our heritage here, he said, available in region of dignitaries and media at T.S. ; T.S. Smith's Black Twig Hard Smith & Sons orchard, where Appleisthe Delmarvelous apple By Molly MacMillan co,owner Charlie Smith runs the wine that resulted from the mollymac@capegazette.com105-year-old famly farm with his award-winning Bridgeville or: brothers and sister. For Smith, chard's collaboration with Great T.S, Smith & Sons farms has teaming up with Great Shoals Shoals' Princess Anne, Md. win- unveiled a new sparkling apple Winery to create a hard apple ery. wine made from black twig ap- wine was just part of the 800- With sales of apple wine beI ples grown on the company acre farm's evolution toward sus- ginning the first week of April in farm. tainable agriculture in Delaware. as many as 11 retail outlets To launch-the state's first lo- "We enjoy keeping this farm Continued on page 94 TOASTING A BATCH of T.S. Smith's Black Twig Hard Apple Cider are Delaware Sen. Tom Carper, Smith, Matt Cimino, and Charlie Smith. DAREN CRISWEU. PHOTOS T.S. Smith's Tom and Matt Gallery Continued from page 90 "It's very personal," DelVitto said. "We really want to bring .*' tat to the client." Peghini-Raber said other artists in the gallery have in- spired her own work. "Being 'igart of this group is going to change us," she said. "We want to be active together and grow ,k o something quite important." The artist also said Rehoboth Beach is ready for more contem- p orary forms of art. Painters Leah Van Rees - who grew up in Milton and now lives in Ver- mont - Camilo Sanin of Balti- ifl ore, Md., Aurelio Grisanty of Milton and photographer Steven Billups of Lewes are just a few of artists on display. DelVitto said she thinks the art on display will change regu- u rly. "I feel like we're going to be selling so much; we'll be calling the artists constantly," DelVitto said. .... Each time you come in, you should get another feel of it," Peghini-Raber said. "We're , ady to paint the town." For more information, visit re- WEEKLY SPECIALS AT MONDAYS: 1/2 Price Sandwiches & s2 Coors Lights TUESDAYS: s5 Cheesesteaks & s2 Miller Lites WEDNESDAYS: s5 Burgers & s3 Micro Brews THURSDAYS: TRIVIA @ 8 I st Place - $40 Gift Certificate 2rid Place - $10 Gift Certificate s2 Domestic Beers, s3 Import Bottles & s4 Stoli Drinks s6 Dozen of the Town's Best Wings FRIDAYS: HAPPY HOUR 4-8 w/S2 Domestic Beers, s3 Micro Drafts, s6 Dozen Wings & s6 I/2 Ib of Steamed Shrimp. DJ WOODY B | O- I SATURDAYS: Same Happy Hour Specials as Friday & LIVE ACOUSTIC MUSIC I O- I SUNDAYS: $2 domestic beers $3 Smirnoff Vodka drinks SATURDAY & SUNDAY BRUNCH Open @ 9:30AM til 2PM Coffee station serving Indian River Coffee. 16 MICRO BREWS ON TAP YEAR ROUND Wraps, sandwiches, salads, homemade soups & other seasonal specials daily. Tom Smith, left, and Matt Smith are proud of their legacy at T.S. Smit Br dgeville. Their newest product is Black Twit ii i!: i u ~) i:% ~;i ~! ~,i ~ ~'~ Monduy, April 9- $unduy, April 15 All 14 of our taps will be pouring craft beers made right here in the first state. Featuring: 16 Mile, fordham, Old Dominion, Twin lakes, Dogfish Head & fvolution Stewarts Brewing o. Come in for Nappy Hour to Meet the Brewer from the Day's Fec#ured Beer & try chef inspired Food Pairings... Unleash Your Inner Beer Geek! Always FREE Parking- Harbor Square (next ro Starbucks/Pier One' in