At Beekman 1802, we love our apples. We go apple picking every year, and most Neighbors know that we stumbled upon Sharon Springs because we got lost after apple picking in central New York. When it came time to add more apple trees to our farm, we made sure to select varieties that were delicious, but also had rich histories and unique details. Along the way, we’ve learned a lot about apples and their impact on our health, our history and our world. Read on to learn more about this amazing fruit.

 

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by Josh and Brent

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Phyllis

I have not ordered from your TV appearances, but will do so in January!!! I get a SS raise of $38 then, isn’t that a lot!!! I watch every minute because you are so cheerful!!! I love your video of shelling peas and the rain on the porch. Love, Nana

PS: My grandmother said her favorite apple for pie was the York one, which I have never seen. She lived in Alabama and Tennessee.

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Frankie Puthoff

I used to live in SW Ohio & Jonathan apples were the BEST for pie. I can’t find them in Maine. Any suggestions on a 2nd choice?

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Barbara Browning

I need a goat bag!!! Are those sold at Beekman 1802? We love our goats.

I try to eat an apple a day. Guess I should switch from Honeycrisp to Granny Smith!

This information was good to know!!

Barbara Browning
The Sanctuary at Browning Farms

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Deb Kindrick

Today I found them with a new bag on HSN and evidently they are also at Bath & Body Works now. Good luck!

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