We’ve featured only one American cider ever here on Selectism, and that was almost one year ago. So, with Autumn on the way, we take a quick look at Farnum Hill Ciders. Located in Lebanon, New Hampshire, Farnum Hll (Part of Poverty Hill Orchards) produces ciders that are dry, sharp, and fruity. These tend to hit at 6.5 to 7.5% ABV. They are also clear on their goals, “We’re rooting for more skilled apple-growers to take up the horticulture and craft of cider. Then maybe distinctive American orchard-based ciders will return to their pre-Prohibition glory and variety.”

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