Nine Pin Cider Works shows off new look

One view of the redesigned tasting room.
One view of the new tasting room
The renovated and redesigned Nine Pin Cider Works unveiled its new look at Friday party, the culmination of a $500,000 project.

The project was made possible through funding by Empire State Development via the Capital Region Regional Economic Development Council. In addition to the esthetic improvements, it included the installation of seven 6,000-gallon fermentation tanks.

Alejandro del Peral, co-founder and cider maker, reports that Nine Pin products now are served in more than 1,000 bars, restaurants, and retail locations in New York and Massachusetts.

The state's first farm cidery, which will mark its third anniversary in February, is located at 949 Broadway in Albany's Warehouse District near the Nipper building. Go here for more images of the new look.

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