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A Trip Up to Champlain Orchards & Cidery

Though our orchard is over 100 years old, our cidery is still in its infancy. We first began turning our numerous delicious apples into hard cider in 2011, and it started with a whisper, not a bang. That first year we only produced a scant 246 gallons of cider! Today, we average around 50,000 gallons per year and growing.

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Michelle gives us the Low Down on Bantam Cider

It's not just craft beer that is soaring in popularity, check out our first Cider feature by taking a minute to read up on Bantam Cidery.

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Let us tell you about Untold

Our story begins in Scituate, MA, which is where we grew up and where we built our brewery and taproom. The taproom - a renovated historic schoolhouse dating back to 1852 - is a unique space where people from all communities gather to drink great beer and enjoy good company. We feature a dozen tap handles, beer-to-go in growlers, crowlers, and cans, and both indoor and outdoor seating areas. We also have food trucks and pop-ups to keep you fed an

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Newburyport Brewing Company's Bill Fisher Gives the Inside Scoop

As the first brewery to can our entire line of beers in Massachusetts, we became one of the top 10 fastest growing breweries since prohibition in year one. After four years we are a top 10 brewery in MA and top 250 in the country. Each of our beers feature unique flavor characteristics and are brewed to be balanced, drinkable and excellent representations of their style.

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Tom Anderson from Seven Saws Brewing on Tap for Today

The name 7 Saws hails from the historic mills and villages we have to thank today for the existence of our hometown. An abundance of ponds, streams, and rivers provided the necessary source of power for mill villages such as Chaffinville, Dawsonville, Jeffersonville, Quinapoxet, North Woods, Springdale, and Unionville to flourish. Per one of the oldest known maps of Holden from 1795, “There are in the Town of Holden…Seven Saw Mills.”

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