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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.”

To learn more: 603-448-1511; povertylaneorchards.com

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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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