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National Geographic partnered with the Delaware River community to launch a new website focused on growing geotourism and awareness of this beautiful area. The website includes places to go, things to do and provides recommendations on places to stay. To read more about the region and all that it has to offer, visit the new website here. Hardball Cider is proud to be included in this wonderful project and can't wait to spend time with visitors to the area when our tasting room opens this Spring.
Our friends at Rowan Asher Winery (RAW) have been busy the past few months working to establish the Northeast Cider Trail. We are thrilled that they asked us to be a part of it and now you have two cideries to visit only 15 minutes apart from one another. To tell you a little bit more about the cider trail, I borrowed the copy from the website...
We are craftsmen
Based out of the Pocono Mountains and nestled in the foothills of the Appalachian Trail, we are handcrafting small batches of a forgotten art, fermenting apples into Hard Ciders. Our goal as cider makers is to "invite those who push the creative boundaries of what is possible" and to learn from one another through partnership, education and passion. We desire to share in educating a new generation of enthusiasts in the art of fermented beverages and leading them on a trail of exploration...
We have united Virginia through Maine and have become the Northeast Cider Trail, come explore.
To learn more or to join the Northeast Cider Trail, follow the link below.
We look forward to seeing you at our tasting rooms this New Year!!!