After all, Bucyrus is known as the Bratwurst capitol of the world. Cambridge, Ohio Li’l Glass Houses for All to See Excerpt from a past edition of Ohio Traveler Cambridge, Ohio is filled with little towns known to be the capitals of this and that.
Bucyrus is the bratwurst capital, in Zanesville its pottery and in Cambridge – elegant glass. We’re talking three-inch collectibles that fetch up to a thousand dollars on e Bay.
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.
Each craftsman takes his time to hammer out perfection, often striking up conversation as they work. Picking & Company, to no surprise, gets orders from around the world resulting in some cases, up to 1,874 patterns.
Tours and catalogs are available by calling 419-562-6891.
The show, Roaring Twenties Live, lasts about an hour. His latest project is a room dedicated to the King of Rock-N-Roll, Elvis Presley.
Oh, and we didn’t even cover the town’s biggest attraction, its annual Bratwurst Festival in August.Afterward, David’s wife Miriam has plenty of tasting stations set up for sampling throughout the country store next to the production plant.Inside, a new generation of Cooper’s is introducing another treat – fudge. Picking & Company is the last of the old copper shops in America that still makes its original products by hand.The Cooper’s son started experimenting with making fudge for the fair and now has his own fudge station inside the family store. One of the lasting impressions at Cooper’s Mill is the 50-gallon copper kettle, which allows slow cooking over a wood-burning hearth. The tour of the craftsmen at work is fascinating, but the building is a visual treat from nook to cranny as it is more than 130 years old and has character unique unto itself.The walls, furniture, floors, furnaces and workbenches all show more than a century of service.