A cider mill is the location and equipment used to crush apples into apple juice for use in making apple cider, hard cider, applejack, apple wine, pectin and other products derived from apples. More specifically, it refers to a device used to crush or grind apples as part of the overall juice production. The mills used to manufacture, ferment, store, and ship juice products are usually located near apple orchards. Historically, the types of structure and machinery have varied greatly — including horse powered, water driven, and machine operated mills. The presses can be fixed or portable.

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  • A cider mill is the location and equipment used to crush apples into apple juice for use in making apple cider, hard cider, applejack, apple wine, pectin and other products derived from apples. More specifically, it refers to a device used to crush or grind apples as part of the overall juice production. The mills used to manufacture, ferment, store, and ship juice products are usually located near apple orchards. Historically, the types of structure and machinery have varied greatly — including horse powered, water driven, and machine operated mills. The presses can be fixed or portable. Cider mills were subject to legal proceedings in New York state in the 1800s over whether they were "fixed to freeholds" and other cases addressing legal designation as to what kind of property a cider mill is. (en)
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  • Hand-press: Pressing at the Bauernmarkt, Lüttringhausen, Germany
  • Hydraulic press: A modern hydraulic press
  • Lever press: Cider pressing at the Faîs'sie d'Cidre in Jersey
  • Pounding: Pounding apples in the Basque Country
  • Roller mill: a roller-mill machine in France
  • Horse-driven stone mill: At the Faîs'sie d'Cidre 2009, Jersey
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  • Basic methods of cider-milling
  • Basic methods of cider-pressing
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  • Cider pressing Jersey Faîs'sie d'Cidre 2006.jpg
  • Faîs'sie d'Cidre 2009 27.jpg
  • Hachoir à pomme pour le cidre.JPG
  • Juicing2.jpg
  • Remscheid Lüttringhausen - Bauernmarkt 10 ies.jpg
  • Sagarrak zanpatzen.jpg
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  • A cider mill is the location and equipment used to crush apples into apple juice for use in making apple cider, hard cider, applejack, apple wine, pectin and other products derived from apples. More specifically, it refers to a device used to crush or grind apples as part of the overall juice production. The mills used to manufacture, ferment, store, and ship juice products are usually located near apple orchards. Historically, the types of structure and machinery have varied greatly — including horse powered, water driven, and machine operated mills. The presses can be fixed or portable. (en)
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  • Cider mill (en)
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