The word “cider” has it’s roots in the ancient hebrew word sekar, or “strong drink” and as apples moved from the mountains of Kazakhstan and Kyrgyzstan, the “strong drink” made from the fermented juice of apples followed.

Cider was brought to America by the pilgrims, and for many years, cider was the beverage of choice for peasants and presidents alike. During the early part of the 19th century however, prohibitionists turned their ire towards

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