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The Cider Making Ghost of Wurtsboro

[andy brennan in the field]Andy Brennan bought an 18th-Century homestead in Wurtsboro, NY and started making cider. But it didn't happen overnight. His journey began 25 years ago in a fishing shack on the Chesapeake Bay. I spent a day on Andy's farm, walked through his trees, and learned how he went back in time to make some of today's best cider. [TRUE]

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