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Old 10-22-2006, 12:42 AM   #1
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Default Background info on antique apples

I googled up an article from Smithsonian magazine from Nov 2002:

bit I don't think it goes in to ABV or efficiency...

I don't think I've ever had a Limbertwig. At least, not that I wanna talk about.

So far, I've had more experience thinking than I've had don't think they are mutually exclusive, do you?

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We have an antique apple orchard close to my house (it's in New berlin for you cheese heads, about 50 yeards west of CTH Y and CTH ES, north side of the road) I have been meaning to look into just for cider . . . maybe I'll have to get off my lazy duff and check into it
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