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Now open: Nine Pin Cider Works

nine pin cider exterior

Nine Pin Cider Works -- the startup cidery in the warehouse district in North Albany -- officially opened its tasting room on Broadway Friday. And it was jammed. Apparently Albany was ready for some locally-made cider. A handful of photos from the Friday's open house are after the jump.

It's been interesting to watch Nine Pin develop over the last year -- from a lot of empty containers, to the bottling process, to the the first farm cidery license in the state.

The hours for the tasting room are Thursday and Friday 4-9 pm, and Saturday 1-9 pm. Nine Pin also now has a distributor, so it should be popping up in bars, restaurants, and retail stores around the area.


Photos are in large format above -- click or scroll all the way up.


Earlier on AOA:
+ Checking in with Nine Pin Cider Works
+ Brewery planned for North Albany warehouse district
+ More fizz for the cider business in New York
+ Nine Pin Cider Works

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Nine Pin Cider Works
929 Broadway
Albany, NY 12207

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