cidery

cidery

(ˈsaɪdərɪ)
adj
of or relating to cider
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This is the first year that the business has branched out as a cidery, and there will be a production area put in.
29,500 for new cidery and tap room-Lost Giants Cider.
Alcohol and Tobacco Tax and Trade Bureau regulates cider and perry producers as wineries, and according to O'Reilly, who also works as sales and marketing director of Anna's Cider, the cidery was a bonded winery.
The cidery was established in 2014 and last year it released 46 different ciders, Kelly said.
Assemblyman William Magee said, "There is no better time to be a farm cidery in New York State than right now.
Many of the IS or so cider houses throughout the Okanagan Valley in British Columbia (BC Tree Fruits Cider and Double Cross Cidery in Kelowna and Twisted Hills Craft Cider in Cawston, to name a few) are near trailheads, like the Kettle Valley Rail Trail, which runs parallel to the glacial waters of Okanagan Lake (above).
is the first craft cidery in Michigan, offering an adventurous exploration of all things cider.
Located in the lower part of Normandy, France, is the cidery Daufresne.
Award-winning hard cider is made at the energy-conscious, Woodchuck Cidery in Middlebury, Vermont.
Wassail also contracts a house cider from Eve's Cidery in New York.
provide general interest readers with an examination of what it takes to start and successfully run a microbrewery, distillery, or cidery in the contemporary U.
Alan's 'man cave' on his North Shore property was quickly converted into a cidery.