PORTLAND, OR (KPTV) – Sunday is the last day you can get a drink from northeast Portland's Cider Riot.
The cidery is closing its doors because the owner, Abram Goldman-Armstrong, tells FOX 12 it isn't sustainable.
He says the facility was built to produce 2,000 barrels of cider a year. Right now, they’re making about half of that.
Goldman-Armstrong says his business isn’t the only one struggling.
He blames this industry-wide pinch partly on consumers turning to a new trend of hard seltzers.
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