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Oct292013

Snowdrift Cider Pursues Grant to Fund More Orchard and Production

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When we started producing cider 4 years ago, we never expected cider's allure to explode the way it has recently! Thanks to all of you enjoying our cider, every year we sell out of our product and risk going through seasons of unavailability, even though each year produce more and more. This year we have maxed out the amount of cider we can squeeze into our little green shed and have no room to squeeze any more volume in.

Here's where the good news comes in: there is a grant out there through Chase Bank's Mission Main Street program that we have applied for, to help with funding more production capacity (and trees) to keep the Northwest supplied with delicious apple-capital cider!

This application is a two-step process:

  • First, applicants must receive 250 votes (from real people, verified by Facebook) to make the cut.
  • Second, Chase juries the remaining applicants to select 12 recipients of $250,000.

We are currently in phase 1—you can help us make more delicious cider by placing your vote here.

Update: 11/15/2013 – you got us there!

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