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      Making cider is a fall tradition

      Big Bay residents got a taste of fall this weekend, but not without a little work.

      At this weekend's Autumn Festival, orchard owner, Kim Cain, brought out his 30-year-old apple press for people to make their own cider. Cain says he cranks out about 1,100 gallons of cider each year. So why is it in such demand?

      "It's all natural, there's nothing in it, it's all apples. This stuff you can freeze it...it will freeze for, I've had it 10 years old and it will taste like it did yesterday," said Cain.

      Everyone at the Autumn Fest got to take home a jug of cider for free.

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