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New owners move toward selling beer and drinks at fruit farm

The new owners of the former Hidden Valley Fruit Farm have applied for a liquor license to serve beer and “any intoxicating liquor” at the agritourism business on Ohio 48 in Northern Warren County.

“Hidden Valley was purchased by a local Lebanon, Ohio family. The business has been renamed HIDDEN VALLEY ORCHARDS!” according to the business’ web site.

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On March 13, Hidden Valley Spirits LLC, 5474 N. Ohio 48 in Clearcreek Twp., applied for an A1A license, according to Ohio Department of Commerce records.

This license permits holders to serve beer or liquor by the glass or container until 2:30 a.m.

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Jerrod Fisher of Dayton, a brewer who planned to operate from the fruit farm, is now expected to open Alematic Artisan Ales in Huber Heights.

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We are working to learn more about these plans at Hidden Valley and will provide additional details when available.

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