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Episode 143 – Seminary Hill Cidery – Stuart Madany

This episode features ⁠Stuart Madany⁠ of ⁠⁠⁠⁠Seminary Hill Cidery⁠. Doug Doetsch grew up in the Western Catskills. His family goes back five generations. There was a strong desire to start an agricultural project. That’s how Doug and Susan Manning got started with Seminary Hill Cidery. The land was perfect for an apple and pear orchard. Stuart joined the… Keep Reading

Episode 142 – Mean Mug Coffee Company – Evelyn Medina

This episode features Evelyn Medina of ⁠⁠⁠Mean Mug Coffee Company⁠. Mean Mug started about eight years ago in Salisbury, NC. Evelyn believed that her town was in need of a place where people could meet, get to know each other and find community. She wanted to create a melting pot of sorts. Mean Mug was established as… Keep Reading

Episode 141 – Laird & Company – Vincent Capitolo and Gerard Laird Dunn

This episode features ⁠Vincent Capitolo ⁠and ⁠Gerard Laird Dunn⁠ of ⁠⁠Laird & Company⁠. In 1698 Samuel Laird came from Scotland and settled in the new world. He was a well experienced maker of scotch. While grain wasn’t plentiful, apples certainly were. This was how the apple jack and apple brandy business was launched. This episode provides us the opportunity to… Keep Reading

Episode 140 – Caroline Kristof – Kristof Farms

This episode features ⁠Caroline Kristof ⁠of ⁠⁠Kristof Farms⁠. In 1971 Caroline’s grandfather purchased 75 acres in Yamhill, Oregon. Originally the farm produced cherries which were grown for the cherry pie industry. Over time the land around them became populated by vineyards and those beautiful cherries were no longer as desirable. In 2018 a decision was made to put… Keep Reading

Episode 139 – Right Bee Cider – Katie Morgan

This episode features Katie Morgan of ⁠Right Bee Cider⁠⁠. Charlie was a professional beer brewer. Although, Katie didn’t care for beer, she loved cider. Charlie made a special cider for Katie’s birthday as a surprise. Their cidery began as a love story. Early on in the relationship they both realized that they had a desire to… Keep Reading

Episode 138 – The Cider Jawns – Jasmine Mason and Ashley Johnson

This episode features ⁠⁠⁠Jasmine Mason⁠ and ⁠Ashley Johnson⁠ of ⁠⁠The Cider Jawns⁠. Jasmine and Ashley met while attending St. Joseph’s University. They started a social media page after attending Pour the Core at the Philadelphia Navy Yard. This cider event left an impression on them. Jasmine and Ashley determined that the cider space was not serving or appealing to people of color.… Keep Reading

Episode 137 – Stockyard Cider – Brandon Green

This episode features Brandon Green of ⁠⁠⁠⁠Stockyard Cider ⁠⁠. Brandon began his journey making beer and apple wine right in his closet, under the steps, in West Philly. Brandon loves bubbles. He ventured into bottle conditioning and making his own cider. Like most it was a hobby. Career changes brought about a pivot for Brandon and his family.… Keep Reading

Episode 136 – Cudia Cocktail Consulting – Michelle Cudia

This episode features ⁠⁠Michelle Cudia⁠ of ⁠Cudia Cocktail Consulting⁠⁠. Michelle started working at Tria Taproom as a bar manager. They were looking to extend their draft cocktail program. At the time she didn’t have any experience with craft cocktails. She set out to write the whole plan for the bar. She was able to spread her “cocktail nerdiness”… Keep Reading

Episode 135 -Winterset Cidery – Megan Farley

This episode features ⁠⁠⁠⁠Megan Farley⁠ of ⁠⁠⁠⁠Winterset Cidery⁠ ⁠. Nick and Niña Williams came as customers. They fell in love with the orchard and thought that it was serendipitous that a Williams Pride apple tree resided there. They set out on their journey and purchased the Cidery in 2019 with no cider making experience. Meghan joined the cidery in… Keep Reading

Episode 134 – Eden Ciders – Eleanor Leger

This episode features ⁠⁠⁠Eleanor Leger⁠ of ⁠⁠⁠Eden Ciders⁠ ⁠. It was December 2006 when Eleanor and Albert went to Montreal. They tasted ice cider for the first time. Their reaction was that it was amazing. They thought that they could procduce this ice cider in Vermont. The made their first batch in their basement. Six years after making it… Keep Reading

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