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  • noun Plural form of cidermaker.


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  • Members of the Vermont Grape and Wine Council, including cidermakers, can be visited on Saturday and Sunday from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m.

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  • Orchard is one of a new breed of artisan cidermakers who have breathed life into what was a disappearing craft.

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  • The government responded to an outcry from cidermakers by arguing that small-scale producers would not be affected because of the 7,000-litre limit.

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  • From Oviedo I drove to Nava, cider capital of the region, where José María Osorio, president of the local cidermakers 'guild, took me to see a traditional sidrería, the Estrada, which not only makes cider from the fruit of its own apple-trees, but serves it in an oak-lined cider-house, along with plates of cheese and chorizo.

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  • Some homesteaders take their passion for cider even further: Do-it-yourself cidermakers may plant their own apple trees, harvest the fruit and grind it in a backyard cider press.

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