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North Country Hard Cider has been producing cider from their Rollinsford, New Hampshire location for eight years.

As of Wednesday April 13, 2022, North Country Hard Cider announced that they are growing and going to Dover, New Hampshire.

As of today, the specific location and opening date has not been announced. No worries, North Country Hard Cider, you are certainly worth the wait.

Selfishly, I think the Dover location is a massive upgrade - strictly because it is about ten minutes closer to me in Portsmouth. All kidding aside, the new location is getting some serious upgrades.

So what can we expect with the new Cidery coming to the Garrison City?

According to Co-Founder Silas Gordon, the new space in Dover is going to have a whole new vibe. The space is overall bigger, which allows for DOUBLE the draft lines according to Gordon. And who doesn't like more options?

Speaking of options, if you check out the North Country Hard Cider website, you will see they have over 20 options of ciders from specialties and canned to originals and bottled. It is no wonder that they are looking to expand into a larger space. Having double the ciders on tap is any craft cider-drinker's dream.

The new location in Dover will provide free parking and more outdoor seating, according to Gordon. They also plan on bringing in local Food Trucks to add a fun food element to the New North Country Hard Cider spot.

It seems clear to me that this new Dover, New Hampshire, location is perfect for North Country Hard Cider and those who love craft cider. The new location is already booking late summer and fall events, as they will host in their new space.

As always, the spot is pet-friendly, and I love that the most. I can't wait to check out the new location and expand my craft cider taste buds myself.

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