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Nov 5, 2010 10:20 AM

unpasteurized cider

Is it correct that unpasteurized cider can only be sold at the locations that press it? I hope not...

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  1. Pretty much so, unfortunately. We get ours at Honey Pot Hill.

    1. yes. I get mine at Cider Hill Farms in Amesbury.

      Cider Hill Farm
      45 Fern Ave, Amesbury, MA

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      1. re: ScubaSteve

        Charlton Farms was bringing it to my local Farmer's Market.

        1. re: ScubaSteve

          Our CSA had some of Cider Hill's unpasteruized cider late in the was wonderful.

          1. re: gimlis1mum

            I love the cider hill cider but they close at Thanksgiving and we don't have freezer space. I'll check out the other farms suggested to see if any stay open after November. It's such great suff and I'd love to use it to cook lentils, etc. as well as other foods throughout winter. and I'll check out the Ice hard cider. thanks to everyone.

        2. A little off-topic, but have you tried Eden Ice Cider, from Vermont? This is hard cider made in the style of Ice Wine. Really good!

          1. I buy unpasteurized cider at Tendercrop Farm in Newbury:

            1. An orchard at the City Hall farmers market has unpasteurized cider. I forget the name -- but the stall is always on the end closest to School St.