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Sully's cider house, the old cheese factory, Reidsdale 
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Post Re: Sully's cider house, the old cheese factory, Reidsdale
Baha :lol: ! You're good story teller. Considered a career in Bill Bryson-esque writing? I really distrust GPSs. What happened to the old tradition of studying a map before leaving home?


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:lol: :lol:

We came through Braidwood and we had a few detours before we got on the right road too :idea: :oops:

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Post Re: Sully's cider house, the old cheese factory, Reidsdale
We found it first time, but we went the boring Bungendore-Kings Highway-Braidwood route. Considered doing the back of Hoskinstown or back of Captains Falt routes, but we didn't know how the dirt roads would be out there after the rain...


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Post Re: Sully's cider house, the old cheese factory, Reidsdale
This is the place where my cheesemaker hero Barry Lillywhite do cheese workshops. As far as I know, He is the only one using animal rennet in his cheeses.

Another reason to visit Reidsdale.

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Post Re: Sully's cider house, the old cheese factory, Reidsdale
Love there cider very nice, got some at the Harvest Festival at Bungendore last year. Although initially when we went to the store we wondered where the cheese was :)

Emailed them about there getting more details about hiring there kitchen with no response.

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Post Re: Sully's cider house, the old cheese factory, Reidsdale
I'm heading out there soon!!! I made a batch of cider from 20l of juice I got from Pialligo. It was drinking juice, so the cider wasnt as bitey as I'd have liked. If I can get 20l of cider apple juice off them I can whip up a 8% batch again!!


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