CONCORD, N.H.—Apple cider is now New Hampshire's official state drink.
Gov. John Lynch has signed a bill designating apple cider as the state drink after it won out over milk.
A lawmaker introduced the bill after Jaffrey Grade School students contacted her. Later, Gilford Elementary School students lobbied for milk. Milk fans pointed out it is important to the state too.
The law takes effect in 60 days.