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Tag: Cider

The Rise of Volcanic Cider

After Mount St. Helens erupted on May 18, 1980, “large amounts of ash were scattered all over Eastern Washington, which

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Will Reforming the ‘Bubble Tax’ Revolutionize Cider?

“My whole life is wrapped up in my farm,” says Dan Rinke, co-owner, cidermaker and winemaker at Art+Science in Sheridan,

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Recipes: Apple Cider Margaritas Are Having a Moment—Here’s Why

There’s rarely an occasion that doesn’t call for a margarita. From a seasonally-inspired frozen version, ideally suited for a backyard

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The Case for Single-Varietal Cider

American cider is having an identity crisis. Though once one of the most widely consumed beverages in America, cider fell

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Cultural Collaboration, Willful Erasure and the Story of American Cider

From the exaggerated legend of Johnny Appleseed, whose real name was John Chapman, to the image of a steaming apple

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