Bishop Cider Co. expands production

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Our little hometown cider shop is growing up.

Bishop Cider Co. is expanding production with an offsite brewery, where construction is nearly complete, and the company just inked a deal with distributor Ben E. Kieth.

Joel Malone opened the cidery on Bishop at Seventh in July 2014. It was the first hard-cider brewery in North Texas, and its products, including Crackberry and Nectar, were immediate hits.

Now Bishop Cider Co. can be ordered on draft at restaurants and bars all over the Dallas area, and Malone says bottled cider is coming soon. The company’s newest brew, High and Dry, is Bishop’s version of an English dry cider.

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