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Autumn has officially arrived. While it might feel like summer just started — or that 2020 has been the longest year of your life — today is the day to put that behind you and ring in the start of sweater weather. Revel in fall’s yearly harvest of seasonal flavors in a variety of inspired ciders!

While pumpkin seems to get all the hype each year, there are other fall flavors that deserve some time in the spotlight too: caramel, cinnamon, cranberry, and of course, apples. If there’s one beverage that prospers in the fall, it’s cider.

Try autumnal beverages from these six cideries, featuring some of fall’s most iconic flavors – all of which are just as delicious in a cider as they are in their usual place in baked desserts and sumptuous entrees.

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Blake’s Hard Cider

Sipping on the Caramel Apple from family-owned Michigan cidery Blake’s Hard Cider will no doubt evoke memories of your county fair’s favorite fall treat. Enjoy the cidery’s brand-new, limited edition flavor featuring notes of sharp green apple framed by the smooth sweet taste of caramel. This dessert-substituting cider will satisfy your sweet tooth all while avoiding the inevitable sticky mess of eating this classic fall dessert.

Austin Eastciders

Austin Eastciders uses a blend of bittersweet apples and real cranberry juice for their brand new seasonal fall standout. Enjoy this classically fall-flavored cider straight from the can, use it to spice up a holiday punch or pair it with this house recipe for mojo pork. This semisweet delight features tart cranberries and crisp apples and like any cranberry sauce, it will pair well with turkey dishes heading into the thankful season.

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Champlain Orchards Cidery

Shining a spotlight on the best of Vermont’s fall harvest is the Mac & Maple from the state’s Champlain Orchards Cidery. A legendary duo is formed with pure Vermont maplesSyrup and sweet-tasting McIntosh apples — the go-to apple for bakers that are often used in pies and sauce, as well as the leading variety in the state. Shake the chill off with this semi-dry cider’s tantalizing aftertaste of pure Vermont maple syrup, which lingers on the palate well after each sip.

One Tree Hard Cider

Called “Grandma’s pie in a glass,” the Caramel Cinnamon from One Tree Hard Cider is perfect when you’re not exactly up for taking the time to bake a pie. Made from locally-grown ingredients from Washington State, this cider is great on its own, or over vanilla ice cream, just like any great pie is. With every sip, thank the blend of Washington dessert apples, Saigon cinnamon, organic cane sugar and house-made caramel cinnamon sauce for its signature flavor.

Lancaster County Cider

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Handcrafted in Pennsylvania with locally sourced apples, Lancaster County Cider releases Salted Caramel, the cidery’s ode to autumn in cider form, each September. With a seasonal blend of spices, real caramel and local apples, this fall-themed cider has a little bit of edge and depth over the unsalted caramel flavor. This undeniably fall cider is the perfect for the adult who wants to taste their favorite childhood treat in cider form.

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Findev Inc.
IndustryReal estate financing
FoundersGavriel State
Toronto, Ontario
Key people
Sruli Weinreb, CEO
Revenue $2 million USD
$0.25 million USD
$0.5 million USD

Findev Inc. (formerly TransGaming Inc.) is a real estate financing company, with its head office in Toronto, involved in property development within the Greater Toronto area. The company is aligned with Plazacorp, a property development company, which is its major shareholder.[1] The current CEO is Sruli Weinreb.

A former technology company, it was founded by Gavriel State, who ran the Linux product division at Corel. TransGaming's Graphics and Portability Group was acquired by NVIDIA in 2015, paving way to NVIDIA's first office in Canada, located in Toronto.

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In 2016, TransGaming Inc. decided to change its business focus from technology and gaming to real estate financing.[2] In August 2016 its last remaining gaming division, GameTree TV, together with its subsidiaries and offices in Tel Aviv and Kyiv, were sold to TransGaming Interactive UK Limited, a subsidiary of General Media Ventures based in the United Kingdom.[3] This company, now renamed to PlayWorks Digital Ltd.,[4] carries on the former GameTree TV business under the PlayWorks name.[5][6]

Former technology products[edit]


Cider was a technology marketed towards developers that allows Windows games to run on Mac OS X. It shared much of the same core technology as Cedega but was designed for video game designers and publishers. Like Cedega, Cider was a proprietary fork of Wine.

At the 2007 World Wide Developer Conference (WWDC07), Electronic Arts announced their return to the Mac, publishing various titles simultaneously on both PCs and Macs, using Cider on the Mac.[7]

In a newsletter dated 2007-11-13, the company announced that Cider's improvements will be merging back into Cedega.

GameTree Linux[edit]

GameTree Linux was a developer program dedicated to the further development of Cedega, which is a compatibility layer for running Microsoft Windows games on Linux.There are games that run on Cedega but not on Wine, and games that run on Wine but not Cedega. Users that want to play a specific game usually look for it on the games databases available on the web.[8][9]

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SwiftShader is an advanced software renderer with Direct3D 8/9 class features, including shaders. SwiftShader was sold to Google in 2015 for $1.25 million USD.[10]

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GameTree TV[edit]

In 2010 Transgaming launched their new app, GameTree TV, a cloud-based, on-demand entertainment platform for Smart TV. In 2012 Transgaming acquired the connected TV division of Oberon Media and integrated them into their GameTree TV platform.[11]

Digital rights management (DRM)[edit]

In a press release dated 2008-08-20, TransGaming announced that they 'will utilize Sony DADC's SecuROMdigital rights management (DRM) solution for all video game titles enabled through TransGaming's Cider portability engine for Mac games.' TransGaming's use of SecuROM is notable because of the company's decision to use SecuROM technology for all Mac games enabled through Cider, irrespective of distribution channel (download vs. retail) and whether SecuROM was used for a game's Windows PC release.[12][13]

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  2. ^'Notice Of Special Meeting Of Shareholders To Be Held On September 16, 2016'(PDF). Transgaming Inc. August 23, 2016.[permanent dead link]
  3. ^'TransGaming Signs Agreement To Sell Its Gametree TV Business To General Medial Adventures'. Toronto, Canada: Findev. August 16, 2016.
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  5. ^'About Us'. TransGaming. Archived from the original on 2017-07-07. Retrieved 2017-07-17.
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  7. ^AppleInsider EA's new Mac games will demand Intel-based systems
  8. ^'Wine Application Database'. Retrieved 2011-10-15.
  9. ^'GameTree Linux Wiki'. Cedega. Retrieved 2011-10-15.
  10. ^'TransGaming Announces Assignment of SwiftShader IP'. Yahoo!. May 4, 2016.
  11. ^'TransGaming acquires Oberon Media's TV games division for $7M'. VentureBeat. Retrieved 2015-09-25.
  12. ^'Cider-powered games to get SecuROM DRM'. Develop Magazine. 2008-08-22. Retrieved September 6, 2008.
  13. ^'TransGaming Adds SecuROM To Ciderized Titles'. Inside Mac Games. 2008-08-21. Retrieved September 6, 2008.

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