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Downeast Cider moves to Charlestown

After a year in Maine and six months in Leonminster, Downeast Cider House has moved to Charlestown. The cider is available in cans and on draft. The company expects to open its 9,000 square foot facility to the public in June.

“There’s a lot of excitement in the craft alcoholic beverage industry right now, and Boston is square in the thick of things,” says co-founder Tyler Mosher. “We’re excited to work with the community here, we’ve got some fun stuff on the docket for Charlestown.”

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