Like Them Apples 

Getting to the core of the local craft cider boom

In the George H. W. Bush era, on the banks of the Russian River, a small cluster of apple trees was abandoned—blackberry vines crawled over the property, and the small orchard disappeared. Crop after crop of fruit fell aground in the timeless,…

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