The year of covid didn’t deter Christian Stolte from pursuing his dream of producing new cider, ‘Seidear’.
60-year-old Christian described the decision to continue his business venture even though covid decimated the hospitality and retail sectors in 2020 by saying: “This is a time to think is there something fun that you’ve always wanted to try out, and it’s a great opportunity to start something because everybody is all ears and waiting to get out of the terrible problem we are in.”
Check out the video and photos of new North-east cider, ‘Seidear‘.
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