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Orchards’ map aims to get shoppers on the trail for cider

Hudson Valley, Capital Region apple growers included in effort

Richard Pearce, president of Lakeside Farms in Ballston Lake, is seen in a photograph from 2011. Lakeside is one of the businesses included on the Hudson Valley Cider Route. (Gazette file photo)
Richard Pearce, president of Lakeside Farms in Ballston Lake, is seen in a photograph from 2011. Lakeside is one of the businesses included on the Hudson Valley Cider Route. (Gazette file photo)
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If you’re in search of cider — soft or hard — Glynwood Farm in Cold Spring wants to help you find it. Last year, the company launched the Cider Route to shine light on the region’s cider makers. In fact, they hope to help create a “cider region” in the Hudson Valley and Capital Region areas. Americans love their cider, and they have for more than 300 years, long before the United States came into ...


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