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Wild State Cider asking for backyard apples to make community cider

Wild State Cider asking for backyard apples to make community cider

Alejandra Palacios
Created: September 16, 2020 03:19 PM

Wild State Cider is working on their second annual of Duluth People's Cider made by apples people bring in from their backyards.

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Wild State Cider is asking folks to bring in those apples now. This year's drop off days are on Fridays from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. People can drop off the apples at the Wild State Cider loading dock.

Proceeds from this cider support will help a special cause for kids in the community.

"We are asking the community to come together to donate their products for a really good cause of sending kids to camp so that they can go on adventures regardless of whether or not they can afford it and it's a cool cider because you really get to taste the flavor of Duluth," said Allison Heitmiller, the director of marketing and operations of Wild State Cider.

100 percent of the profit from the cider will be donated to the YMCA scholarship program to send kids in need to Camp Miller. Apples need to be in good condition without rot or major defects.

Once the cider is complete, folks who dropped off apples can grab a free bottle of it in exchange for their apple donation.

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Alejandra Palacios

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