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For the past couple of years, Sean and I have been stewards for the Great Lakes International Cider and Perry Competition (GLINTCAP). Basically, this means we’re the people who ensure that all the GLINTCAP judges have to do during a competition is taste.
Not only is it a fantastic opportunity to connect with our cider friends, but it also exposes us to some small cideries, such as EsoTerra Cider. EsoTerra is a cidery in Dolores, Colorado, owned and operated by husband and wife team Jared Scott and Elizabeth Philbrick. Their ciders, The Last Stand and Tessano, took third place in the Modern Cider (Dry) and second place in the Heritage Cider (Dry) Best in Class categories, respectively, at the 2021 GLINTCAP.
Read more at: https://www.ciderculture.com/esoterra-ciderworks/