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Weston Fruit & Wine Press - HM120

How to Make Cider

How to Make Cider

  • Does not qualify for flat rate shipping.
  • In stock. Ships from our warehouse in Northern California.

Turn your harvest into healthy, fresh fruit juices, wines and ciders at home!

Made of rust-resistant, powder-coated, heavy-duty cast iron with an enameled-steel base and hardwood construction.

16 quart cage capacity with an easy pour bottom spout. The press stands 36" tall with a 16" rim diameter (the inside fruit basket diameter is 10").

It has a double ratcheting head to create greater pressing pressure.

Easy to use - simply put the fruit into the juicing chamber, place the wood pressing blocks on top of the fruit and ratchet down the handle until the juice comes out of the built in spout. Apples, pears and other hard fruit need to be chopped or crushed prior to pressing.Our Apple & Fruit Crusher makes that a breeze!

Take apart to clean. Comes with an instruction manual that includes recipes for wines, ciders, syrups, sauces and more.

Limited 1 year manufacturer's warranty.

Please Note: The return policy for this product is different from our standard return policy because this product is used to process food. Within 30 days from the date of purchase, if you wish to return it, there is a 15% restocking fee as well as a $35 scrap fee because the product cannot be resold. Refunds are contingent upon inspection of the item once we receive it. Customer is responsible for all shipping costs if seller is not at fault. If an item is received damaged or is incorrectly shipped by us please contact Customer Service immediately (888) 784-1722 x 125.

  • Item Model Number: HM120
  • Shipping Dimensions: 31 x 16.5 x 12.5 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 59 pounds

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