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History: Hard Cider in New England

History: Hard Cider in New England
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“Some people still call us crazy,” Wood says, lifting a glass of liquid gold to his lips. The flavor and aroma are subtle, slightly woody; the drink goes down smooth. “We can’t say we’ve won the gamble yet,” he adds. “But an awful lot of orchards have disappeared since we started. And we’re still here.”

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One Response to History: Hard Cider in New England

  1. ginadick3@sbcglobal.net September 17, 2010 at 2:40 pm #

    Many years ago when I was in my teens, I helped out at local cider mill. When those apples were crushed and pressed between layers of straw, We would catch that fresh cider in a glass and enjoy a piece of mother nature at her finest!!

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