Where to Find Apple Cider in Metro Detroit(October 6) – Metro Detroiters don’t need to travel far for a fun cider mill outing. The Franklin Cider Mill, for example, has been operating for more than a century. Visitors can watch the cider being pressed as well as purchase cider, apples, and a range of other products including donuts, which the mill has been making from the same German spice donut recipe for 80 years. Complete Story 

Where to get great apple cider donuts, hard cider and other fall treats around Delaware(October 5) – Like an apple tree, we all need good friends. What’s a better way to celebrate a good friendship than by meeting up to enjoy some favorite fall activities? Gathering at firepits, taking a hayride, going apple picking, carving jack-o-lanterns, all are a great way to spend time together. And so is going on a hunt for the best apple cider donuts and apple cider you can find. Complete Story

No bad apples: Company crowdsources apples across Hudson Valley for hard cider(September 28) – “It’s super exciting, like treasure hunting,” enthuses Martin Bernstein, explaining the thrill of the chase, foraging for wild apples that are the crucial ingredient in hard cider produced by his aptly-named company, Abandoned Hard Cider. The company, founded in 2017, uses fruit found in abandoned orchards, backyards, roadsides, and trails to ferment the epitome of a beverage with a local terroir. Complete Story

East End Hard Ciders Offer Refreshment and Cheer for Fall(September 21) – The East End is now well established as home to some fabulous wines in the Hamptons and on the North Fork, but heads have also begun turning for our fantastic hard ciders. At its core, hard cider is made from fermented apple juice, but regional winemakers and brewers have been infusing it with all sorts of wonderfully innovative ingredients, applying their craft and getting some incredible results over the past decade. Complete Story

Buskey Soft-Serve Hard Cider Is Autumn’s Answer to Frosé(September 16) – Will Correll, founder and CEO of Buskey Cider, was first inspired to create his super-popular, autumnal alternative to frosé, a soft-serve hard cider, when he read an article on the Below Zero machine, a $5,500 device that uses a binding agent to turn booze into “ice cream.” But it’s technically not ice cream, as there’s no dairy. Complete Story

Great Lakes International Cider and Perry Competition (GLINTCAP) – While the 1,561 total entries in the 2021 competition fell just shy of GLINTCAP’s record-breaking 1,584 total entries in 2019, this competition did set a record this year in Commercial Division with 1,231 entries. Complete Results

4 Twin Cities cider taprooms at the core of the hard cider movement(September 16) Sociable Cider Werks broke new ground in 2013 with the opening of the state’s first cider taproom, in northeast Minneapolis. It was also an innovator with its introduction of Graf — a gluten-free cider-beer hybrid. Complete Story

Family Traditions Inspire Tin Top Cider (September 14) – Jon and Jenny Villeneuve will officially open Tin Top Cider Co. on South Old Sheepscot Road in Alna on Friday, Sept. 3, after years of preparation, a change in the town’s law, and a nearly lifelong hobby of making cider. Jon traces the family tradition back to his grandfather, who would make hard cider in two rum barrels at his home in Bedford, N.H. It wasn’t until his father took on the craft that Jon was able to taste some of the hard cider, which made an impression on the college student. Complete Story

Bushwick Kitchen Partners with Angry Orchard Hard Cider to Create Three New Sizzling Hot Sauces(September 8) – A duo you never knew you needed, Angry Orchard and Bushwick Kitchen announced today the launch of three new Angry Orchard inspired hot sauces that will create a flavor explosion in your mouth: Crisp Apple Jalapeno, Peach Mango Scotch Bonnet and Strawberry Jalapeno. Each flavor is based on a cider in Angry Orchard’s deliciously fruity and refreshingly crisp offerings – Crisp Apple, Peach Mango, and Strawberry. Complete Story

Michigan hard cidermakers win nearly 200 medals at Great Lakes International Cider & Perry Competition(September 6) – Michigan was the most awarded state, nabbing 194 medals. One Mitten cidery, Uncle John’s in St. Johns, was named the best midsize cidermaker of the year. It was also the third most awarded cider maker in the entire competition, winning 22 medals. Complete Story

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