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RE: An afternoon trip to the local cider mill 2013/10/02 17:22:08 (permalink)
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And the official state apple of Ohio is the Melrose. But I can't find any untreated cider in Ohio these days. The last untreated cider I had came from an orchard in Western Pennsylvania, about five miles north of Zelienople. Really good stuff, and they were pressing the apples as we stood waiting for our jugs to be filled.

 
http://www.lyndfruitfarm.com/
 
is only 13 miles from Gahanna and has your untreated cider
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RE: An afternoon trip to the local cider mill 2013/10/02 23:24:45 (permalink)
Don, What a wonderful report!
A drive in the country with a treasure at the end.
 
I could probably spend a great deal of time in there.
 
Thanks for sharing it with us.
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RE: An afternoon trip to the local cider mill 2013/10/03 11:46:14 (permalink)
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Michael Hoffman

And the official state apple of Ohio is the Melrose. But I can't find any untreated cider in Ohio these days. The last untreated cider I had came from an orchard in Western Pennsylvania, about five miles north of Zelienople. Really good stuff, and they were pressing the apples as we stood waiting for our jugs to be filled.


http://www.lyndfruitfarm.com/

is only 13 miles from Gahanna and has your untreated cider

Nope. Their cider is pasturized. However, I did learn this morning that there is a place in Utica (Ohio), not far from the Velvet ice cream factory that has raw cider.
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RE: An afternoon trip to the local cider mill 2013/10/03 17:54:05 (permalink)
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And the official state apple of Ohio is the Melrose. But I can't find any untreated cider in Ohio these days. The last untreated cider I had came from an orchard in Western Pennsylvania, about five miles north of Zelienople. Really good stuff, and they were pressing the apples as we stood waiting for our jugs to be filled.


http://www.lyndfruitfarm.com/

is only 13 miles from Gahanna and has your untreated cider

Nope. Their cider is pasturized. However, I did learn this morning that there is a place in Utica (Ohio), not far from the Velvet ice cream factory that has raw cider.

 
I wondered about Lynd, when I called them the girl that answered.... didnt seem to be a wealth of information.
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RE: An afternoon trip to the local cider mill 2013/10/03 19:56:32 (permalink)
Yeah, I go there several times each fall. At one time they sold untreated cider right from their own apples, pressed on site. But they haven't done that in a while now. I mean, they use their own apples, but they treat the stuff now. I sometimes bowhunt deer on their land. They have several hundred acres, and deer love apples.
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