DRINK LOCAL: HOPPIN’ HOLDUP DRY HOPPED HARD CIDER, APPLE OUTLAW
Hard Cider is as American as the Boy Scouts, or driving jacked-up trucks downtown listening loudly to Kid Rock, Willie Nelson, or Johnny Cash. Chances are if your great-great-grandparents were stateside circa the Louisiana Purchase, they were getting swilled in a barn on locally pressed cider. At that time, it was the most popular alcoholic beverage and cider orchards were planted all over the east coast. Have you heard the not-as-innocent as we thought story of Johnny Appleseed? Spoiler, it has to do with alcohol.