The Grafting Edition

By evescidery | Jan 4, 2020

Each year we get many requests for cider apple scion wood so we decided to make it easy for folks to order and opened a Scion Shop. Dormant scion wood…

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Releasing the 2018 Ciders

By evescidery | Nov 4, 2019

One year later…. The dance of coaxing a family of ciders from apple harvest to release is a complicated choreography on a orchard-based cidery such as ours. The challenges and…

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Harvest Report 2019

By evescidery | Oct 24, 2019

Harvest Report – Wet Spring, Glorious Fall for Apples, Pears, People & Cider While last year’s growing season was a dry spring followed by a sopping wet fall, the 2019…

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Cider Week 2019

By evescidery | Sep 2, 2019

And just like that, the apples are ripening, our first press day is scheduled and it’s time to start planning for FLX Cider Week! Join us for 10 days of…

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From Orchestra to Apples: Meet Apprentice Cathryn

By evescidery | Jun 22, 2019

6/22/19 Hello readers of the Eve’s Cidery Farm Blog! I’m Cathryn Gaylord, the new intern. Originally from Vermont, I come to this internship in search not only of the knowledge…

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June Farm Update

By evescidery | Jun 18, 2019

June is an insanely busy month here on the farm. The sun rises at 5:30 am and sets at 9:00 pm and the pressure is on to use those daylight…

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By evescidery | May 27, 2019

The dominant paradigm of modern agriculture is primarily an allopathic, based on spraying various chemistries to kill pathogens and destructive insect pests. One critique of organic agriculture is that it…

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By evescidery | May 27, 2019

In industrial scale mono-culture, crops rely entirely on honey bees brought in for pollination. But who’s pollinating the apples at Eve’s Cidery and other small New York State apple orchards?…

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Appalachian Spring

By evescidery | Apr 28, 2019

Celebrating Vernal Abundance and Ephemeral Beauty with Feral Foods and the Very Last of the 2017 Wild Foraged Perry. The Ingredients Trout out of the creek, wild leeks, the first…

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April Pairing Issue

By evescidery | Apr 20, 2019

What Do You Do When the Chickens Stop Laying in the Coop and Then You Find Clutches of Eggs Hidden Around the Farm Yard? The Ingredients Eggs! It’s spring! The…

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