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HOW ‘BOUT THEM APPLES?

The booming cider scene By Dan Nailen The Northwest has seen this story unfold before. A bunch of casual sippers and more zealous connoisseurs grow dissatisfied with the mass-produced products sold by far-away, massive corporations. In response, they retreat to their...

North Idaho’s new crop

By Rick Bonino The hard cider revival that’s been sweeping the nation is taking root in Coeur d’Alene. Both North Idaho Cider and Summit Cider began draft distribution late last year, and recently opened tasting rooms. While they share an appreciation for fermented...

THE VIEW FROM THERE

Summit Cider is rising up in North Idaho By Carrie Scozzaro Even though they're not at the apex of their journey, Summit Cider's Davon Sjostrom and Jason Fletcher are well on their way. Already, Slate Creek Brewing, Capone's (downtown Coeur d'Alene and Hayden),...

Options to keep your whistle wet

By NILS ROSDAHL/Special to The Press his week's items are all wet. Three new beverage places are on tap (ha, ha). Opening first will be The Cork & Tap at 2034 Main St. in Riverstone this Saturday. This will include an area to purchase fine wine, craft beer and...

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