Woodchuck Hard Cider facts
The $34 million project took 15 months to complete.
45 Vermont companies built the 100,000-square-foot facility.
17 cider tanks are used for blending and crafting.
Six 24,000-gallon external silos are used for fermenting.
The facility has more than a mile of stainless steel piping.
The bottling line has more than 900 feet of stainless steel conveyor belts with 150 sensors.
Woodchuck Hard Cider was started in 1991 by Joseph Cerniglia in a garage in Proctorsville.
Woodchuck is sold in all 50 states.
2.8 million cases were sold in 2013.
Woodchuck employs 167 people, including 100 in Vermont.