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They like these apples: Cideries make an impact in N.Y. (access required)

Growth in production hard to measure but trend definitely on the upswing

  To hear Mark Lagoner tell it, there’s lots of economic activity at Lagoner Farms since the family-owned business added a hard cider operation, including a tasting room and café. In many ways, the Lagoner experience echoes what’s been going on in the craft beverage industry in New York for several years. Embark Craft Ciderworks resulted in two ...

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