While a newer generation of cider makers and pressers took over the business in the s, the original quality and taste the company was known for remained the same. Around apple growers from Michigan supply Aseltines with prime apples of all kinds to press cider.

Many of the farms that supply apples are within a 25 mile radius of the mill itself, and Aseltine Cider Company full Safety In Company Images of apples arrive each day in season for pressing.

West Michigan Stories got a rare behind the scenes look from General Manager Dick Klamt at how this Cimpany cider is made. They ride up a conveyor belt that takes them inside the mill to be quickly inspected, sorted, and washed. These pieces move in to and through a large hose that literally get sprayed onto a nylon cloth surrounded by a frame. As Cidrr press squeezes the stack Aseltine Cider Company 20 nylon layers filled with the apple mixture, cider flows out through a screen to help filter large particles out.

Aseltines operates five presses and each pressing the stack of 20 just CCider yields about gallons. After being pressed, the cider Aseltiine run through a pasteurization Aseltine Cider Company to degrees. Both gallon and half-gallon containers are filled and about 15 to 17 half-gallon cases are produced each minute. Since Aseltines Aseltine Cider Company Company is a wholesaler of cider, they do not sell directly to the consumer.

Even local area vegetable and fruit Compajy carry the cider. Would you like to receive local news notifications on Comany desktop? Yes please Not now. Actions Facebook Tweet Email. Updated: By: Kevin Craig. Copyright Scripps Media, Inc.

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