Cider just like grandma used to make

Teagan Drayer, 11, volunteers at the cider-making area of the Cross Orchards farm. Cross Orchards Historic Site hosted a Fall Day on the Farm on Saturday, featuring apple-cider pressing, bluegrass music, a classic car show and historic demonstrations.  See photo gallery at GJSentinel.com



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Teagan Drayer, 11, volunteers at the cider-making area of the Cross Orchards farm. Cross Orchards Historic Site hosted a Fall Day on the Farm on Saturday, featuring apple-cider pressing, bluegrass music, a classic car show and historic demonstrations.  See photo gallery at GJSentinel.com

It starts, as so many things do, with good soil. Good soil grows good trees, and good trees produce good apples. And these, of course, make good cider — $7 a gallon, fresh off the…




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