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Cidery launches North Idaho Logger

North Idaho Cider in Hayden is launching its latest flavor during a special tasting event Saturday.

North Idaho Logger is a “deep woody” dry cider aged on oak and pine, said the cidery’s Keith Allen. To him, it “tastes like a North Idaho forest smells on a hot summer day.”

The tasting room will remain open two hours later Saturday for the release party, and free barbecue wings by cidermaker Jeff Selle will be available – while they last – starting at 5 p.m. The tasting room will be open from 2 to 8 p.m. for the event.

The cidery’s other offerings – North Idaho Dry, North Idaho Citrus Sour, North Idaho CranApple and North Idaho Pale Cider – will also be available.

The cidery is located at 11100 N. Airport Road Nos. 5/6. Call (208) 660-8452.

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