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Fun Food Holidays™ October is National Applejack Month

National Applejack Month

Did you know that Johnny Appleseed was really named John Chapman, and that he sewed his apple seeds throughout colonial Ohio and Indiana primarily for the purpose of providing rural farmers with hard cider and applejack, the most popular intoxicating beverages for country folk back then! The apple harvest and October's chill have traditionally ushered in cider season, and applejack, a concentrated and higher proof version of hard cider, is now an officially recognized part of that tradition. Happy National Applejack Month!

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