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Kettleborough Cider House

Kettleborough Cider House The name "Kettleborough" comes from the moniker of the original settlement of the area where the cidery is now located. Kettleborough was inhabited by the LeFevre family whose descendants still live in the New Paltz area. The old Kettleborough School House still stands adjacent to the orchard that has since been planted on their land. Kettleborough Cider House was founded in 2011 by Tim Dressel. The Dressel Family has been growing apples in New Paltz for four generations, beginning with Fred Dressel in 1923. After graduating from Cornell University in 2007, Tim returned to the family business and still works there full-time. Kettleborough Cider House was born out of his love of horticulture, farm business, and oenology (wine-making). Coming from our apple-growing heritage, we know that great hard cider begins with great apples. Therefore, we have begun planting nearly-extinct varieties of apples that are more suited for hard cider production then your run-of-the-mill grocery store varieties.


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277 State Route 208, New Paltz, NY, US, 12561 Email:
Phone: 845-419-3774 Web:
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