In colonial times, Pennsylvania farmers planted lots of apple trees. They used the fruit to make cider. It was the beverage of choice at every meal. Today, apple cider is a seasonal treat, and the little local cider mill is mostly a thing of the past. But not entirely! As part of our new series, called "Pennsylvania Potluck," WPSU's Cynthia Berger looks at cider-making, from tree to jug.
Stories: Making Apple Cider
June 24, 2006