The apple-shaped logo of this Harvard, Mass., orchard is iconic when it comes to Bay State cider. Founded in 1936, Carlson Orchards now spans 100 acres, with the second-generation Carlson family overseeing maintenance of original apple trees, along with other fruits like peaches, nectarines, blueberries, raspberries, and cherries. Originally known for sweet ciders, Carlson Orchards has grown into hard ciders, like the flagship Oak Hill Blend made from Macintosh, Empire, Golden Delicious, and Macoun apples grown right on property. The aptly named Harvard Harvest, a semi-sweet hard cider with hints of cinnamon and nutmeg, is produced annually as a tribute to the seasonal haul. After a visit to the orchards for a little PYO action, swing by the Cider Barn Taproom for a pint or two along with homemade flatbread pizzas, apple cider doughnuts, or a bite from the rotating food trucks.