Jackson Duo’s Pulp and Promise

When we talk about cider in the U.S., people often imagine pulpy, unfiltered apple juice. But hard cider has a lengthy history in America. The industry took shape when the first English settlers came to the…

by | Jun 19, 2019 | Culture, Food & Drink

When we talk about cider in the U.S., people often imagine pulpy, unfiltered apple juice. But hard cider has a lengthy history in America. The industry took shape when the first English settlers came to the U.S. However, Prohibition would smash its pulp and promise. And the industry never fully recuperated. Meanwhile, many European countries have been sipping alcoholic cider for millenia.

Owners of the new local cider company, Farmstead Cider, say they have considered this notion, how they are helping to revive the hard cider industry. It has also given them a window into Wyoming’s history. Farmstead founders Orion Bellorado and Ian McGregor tell KHOL more.

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About Robyn Vincent

Robyn launched KHOL's news department. She has worked as a reporter and editor in Wyoming for the last decade and her work has aired on NPR stations throughout the West. When she's not sweating deadlines, Robyn sustains her nomadic heart by traveling the world with her notebook and camera in hand. Follow @TheNomadicHeart

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