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New cidery launches in Granville

New cidery launches in Granville

Sarah Sole

Cider lovers, take note.

Seek-No-Further Cidery, which sits in a renovated barn(!) recently opened at 126 E. Elm St. in Granville’s historic business district.

Trent Beers, who owns the cidery and co-owns the property with Chris Crader, said the spot offers a dry and semi dry house cider, in addition to a full list of guest ciders, beer, wine, and apple-inspired cocktails. There’s even a house-infused apple bourbon.

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“Our focus is on [our] local partners, but we are unique in that we source heirloom cider apples from a small orchard in Maine for our dry cider,” Beers said.

The New England-inspired setting includes a first floor tasting room and upstairs seating with a wood burning stove for the colder months, Beer said. The outside space offers a number of tables for outdoor gatherings, and Adirondack chairs circle a fire pit.

An English-style courtyard filled with perennial flowers connects with Bancroft Cottage, a historic Airbnb property that can be rented or used for small weddings or other events.

Hours of operation are 4-10 p.m. Tuesday through Thursday, 4-11 p.m. Friday, and noon to 11 p.m. Saturday.

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