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Farnum Hill Ciders at Poverty Lane Orchards, Lebanon, NH

By Helen Brody

farnumhcsignFarnum Hill cider is a “true” cider – an alcoholic beverage fermented from apples, exactly as a wine is fermented from grapes. Their ciders are 6.5 -7.5% alcohol, tend toward the dry, sharp, and fruity and come from true cider apples of English, French, and American origin. Owners Steve Wood and Louisa Spencer are setting a trend for the return of cider’s pre-Prohibition glory. To quote Steve , “Johnny Appleseed planted the frontier for cider, after all – “Mom and apple pie” came later, blotting out certain enjoyable truths from the national memory.”

Fall, newest cider introduced –  info on dooryard cider:

http://www.povertylaneorchards.com/farnum-hill-ciders/dooryard

Farnum Hill Ciders at Poverty Lane Orchards
Stephen Wood and Louisa Spencer
98 Poverty Lane
Lebanon, NH 03766
603-448-1511
www.farnumhillciders.com

http://www.povertylaneorchards.com/

Retail: (direct to customer sales)

Farmstand

Wholesale: (bulk sales to markets, restaurants, & stores)

Markets:
Hanover/Lebanon Co-ops

Restaurants: (*certified by NH Farm to Restaurant Connection (www.nhfarmto restaurant.com)
*Cotton Restaurant, Manchester, NH

Featured Recipe:
Chicken Roasted in Cider with Shitake Mushrooms

 

 

 

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Published on: October 23, 2012 Last modified on: May 12, 2016


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