Destination Cider

Cider + The Outdoors: Paddling the Potomac River

When you envision Washington, D.C., what comes to mind? One might think of a sprawling landscape of fortified government municipalities that stabilize the backbone of our nation’s capital, or the monuments that stand as reminders of stalwart figures of our nation’s history. However, there is so much more to this eclectic city that many visitors have yet to discover.…

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Eve’s Cidery is Now a Certified-Organic Orchard

Props are in order for Eve’s Cidery, which has received organic certification from Northeast Organic Farming Association of New York for its orchard in Van Etten, NY. We got the chance to ask Ezra Sherman, one of the core Eve’s Cidery team members and the cidery’s Founder Autumn Stoscheck’s partner, a few questions about this…

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Cider Travels: We’re in Vermont This Weekend!

There’s nothing quite like a good summer road trip, so we’ve packed our bags and made the haul from Pennsylvania to Vermont! Our primary motivation is Ciderstock 2018 (the 5th annual!) hosted by Woodchuck Cider in Middlebury. It’s happening this Saturday, August, 18 from 2–10 p.m. We are so stoked to hang at this epic festival with…

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Destination Cider: Exploring Cider in Scotland

Many cider enthusiasts are familiar with the cider traditions of England, France and Spain, but I wanted to see what Scottish ciders are like. I won a contest and got to travel to Scotland with my husband this summer, and I was determined to ask about cider every chance I got. (Full disclosure: The contest…

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Cider Travels: Drinking Cider Aboard the Alaska Railroad

Where’s the most epic place you’ve ever enjoyed a cider? We’ll bet even your top contender isn’t quite as wild as sipping a cider aboard a giant train on a mountainside in Alaska … are we right? Time to pull out your bucket list because here’s something new to add to it: Aboard the Alaska…

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