An “in-cider” look at Scrumpy’s

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Collegian | Milo Gladstein

A flight of available ciders at Scrumpy’s Hard Cider Bar and Pub in Old Town Fort Collins April 10. “A scrumpy is someone who steals apples out of an orchard,” owner Jennifer Seiwald said.

Milo Gladstein, Photographer

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  • One of the brewing tanks at Scrumpy’s in Old Town, Fort Collins April 10. All of the cider is brewed in house.

    Collegian | Milo Gladstein

  • The new canning machine at Scrumpy’s Hard Cider Bar and Pub in Old Town Fort Collins April 10. All the ciders are brewed and canned in-house and distributed all over Colorado.

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  • A flight of some of the available in-house brewed ciders at Scrumpy’s Hard Cider Bar and Pub in Old Town Fort Collins April 10.

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  • There are several different cider taps in Scrumpy’s Hard Cider Bar and Pub in Old Town Fort Collins April 10. All the cider is made in-house and new flavors are brewed regularly.

    Collegian | Milo Gladstein

  • A flight of some of the available in house brewed ciders at Scrumpy’s in Old Town, Fort Collins April 10.

    Collegian | Milo Gladstein

  • A flight of available ciders at Scrumpy’s Hard Cider Bar and Pub in Old Town Fort Collins April 10. “A scrumpy is someone who steals apples out of an orchard,” owner Jennifer Seiwald said.

    Collegian | Milo Gladstein

  • Maximillien Kos pours a small tester glass of in house brewed cider for a flight at Scrumpy’s in Old Town, Fort Collins April 10. “Started off working in the kitchen and then working my way up to the front” said Kos.

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  • Jennifer Seiwald, owner of Scrumpy’s Hard Cider Bar and Pub in Old Town Fort Collins, holds a pint of in-house made cider April 10. “We’re (a) 100% female-owned business coming up on our ninth anniversary,” Seiwald said.

    Collegian | Milo Gladstein

  • Jennifer Seiwald stands in front of her favorite fermentation tank called Kingston in Scrumpy’s located in Old Town, Fort Collins April 10. Seiwald talked about how Kingston apples are one of the only varieties of apple that can be used on their own to make an entire cider. Where as other ciders require multiple varieties of apples to bring out the true flavor.

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  • Customers enjoying food and fresh in house cider at Scrumpy’s in Old Town, Fort Collins April 10.

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  • The menu of available ciders and beers at Scrumpy’s in Old Town, Fort Collins April 10.

    Collegian | Milo Gladstein

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