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Best of the North Shore 2018

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NSHOREMAG.COM 74 AUGUST 2018 drink PHOTOGRAPH BY SCOTT MURRY selections at a boat-shaped bar after a tour. 11 Brady Dr., Ipswich, 978-356-0477, privateerrum.com H A R D C I D E R EDITORS' CHOICE FAR FROM THE TREE CIDER, SALEM STANDOUT QUALITIES: Owner Al Snape pursues a distinct New England–style cider using apples from throughout Massachusetts. Using skills learned while working at wineries in Germany and France, he is able to produce dry, lightly carbonated ciders that taste of apple. INSIDER TIP: The Salem cidery has a tasting room that features multiple varieties of hard cider, from wild-fermented heirloom apple cider to a pineapple jalapeño version. WHAT'S NEW: Far From The Tree is grafting cider apples throughout a Maine orchard to eventually source unique varieties for a more diverse cider selection. 108 Jackson St., Salem, 978-224-2904, farfromthetreecider.com READERS' CHOICE FAR FROM THE TREE CIDER, SALEM H O T E L B A R EDITORS' CHOICE BEAUPORT HOTEL'S 1606 BAR, GLOUCESTER STANDOUT QUALITIES: Classic New England water views, an upscale-casual vibe, and expansive indoor and outdoor spaces make this open-to-the- public bar a great waterfront option in Gloucester. WHAT'S UNIQUE: An outdoor fire pit fire—because any New Englander knows it can get chilly on the water any time of year— surrounded by rocking chairs. Far From The Tree Cider INSIDER TIP: Spending the night? You can have guest-only access to their Birdseye Rooftop Bar, which features a pool. 55 Commercial St., Gloucester, 978-282-0008, beauporthotel.com READERS' CHOICE BEAUPORT HOTEL'S 1606 BAR, GLOUCESTER

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