Southwest Colorado was once a national hub for unique apple varieties. Today, a group of hard cider artisans are restoring the local orchard economy.
The southwest corner of Colorado isn’t just an archaeological wonder—it’s also home to some of the state’s best trails. Even for beginners like me.
As remote working became the norm, some entrepreneurs seized new business opportunities in rural Colorado.
At the height of the COVID-19 pandemic in 2020, Elizabeth Philbrick and her husband Jared Scott weren’t sure about the future of their new business in Dolores, Colorado.
Like your cider with a little kick? There are now not one, but two options for locally made hard cider.
EsoTerra Ciderworks using neglected fruit to create valuable cider from Montezuma County’s once-flourishing apple industry.