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Clinton Cider Mill

The family owned cider mill makes its fresh cider using a hydraulic press from 1927

1-315-853-5756
28 Elm St.
Clinton, NY 13323
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Open Labor Day through Thanksgiving weekend, Clinton Cider Mill offers all the flavors of fall, including fresh apple cider, hot cider donuts, apples, pies, soup, and many other fresh and delicious baked goods and treats.
 

The family owned cider mill makes its fresh cider using a hydraulic press from 1927. The mill’s shop features its homemade creations like sweet hot pepper relish, fire roasted salsa, cinnamon applesauce and more.
 
 
 
 
 
 

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