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Close-up%20Aaron%20%26%20Matt%20%28500%20x%20333%29.JPGTwo Fort Collins residents are starting Branch Out Cider and making cider out of apples they've collected from yards in Northern Colorado, says The Coloradoan. Each year's cider, technically called apple wine because Branch Out's products are more than 8 percent alcohol by volume, will vary in flavor and apple variety. This year's vintage is called Perennial 2012. [The Coloradoan]

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