In this richly informative and entertaining book, Ben Watson explores the cultural and historical roots of cider. He introduces us to its 

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managing director of the foremost UK fruit press manufacturer has called Andrew the 'grandfather of UK cider making.'
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exist. Alan Stone decided to investigate and found a fascinating rich rural heritage of orchards, apples, cider makers and cider characters together with a whole host of new producers who are not only keeping the traditions alive. This is essential reading for anyone who is interested in Dorset and anyone who is interested in Cider.

World's Best Cider- Travelling from the Old to the New World and teaching us not only how to taste it but how to cook with it, Pete Brown and Bill Bradshaw

The Australian Cider Guide-A boom can be exhilarating but it can also be daunting: the sheer proliferation of cider brands and huge diversity of styles now available

With legends going back over a millennia,Wassailing is a fascinating and colourful part of the folklore and traditions of Britain. From the Apple Wassails of Devon and Somerset,

                          Cider Made Simple- Cider                                 has become the new "it"                                   drink, with a wide range of                                 styles popping up on                                         restaurant menus and at                                   neighborhood bars everywhere. Sweet, tart, sparkling, still—cider has many wonderful (and sometimes unexpected) qualities. But how to choose? For this gateway guide, author Jeff Alworth traveled to France, England, Spain, Canada, and the United States, asking questions and drinking every variety of cider he could find, resulting in a compact yet comprehensive overview. An ideal introduction to this complex and always refreshing beverage, Cider Made Simple will give imbibers the tools they need to choose the cider that's right for them.

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Exploring the beer, cider, spirits and wine categories- Drink Sector

To make the very best cider—whether for yourself, your family, and friends or for market—you first need a deep understanding of 

Tasting Cider- Author Erin James. This complete guide to North America’s oldest beverage celebrates hard cider’s rich history 

This book is for anyone who wants to grow and to make good cider or even simple apple juice. Whether you have a back garden with a couple of apple trees, several acres of 

Start Your Own Microbrewery, Distillery, or Cidery and Craft Your Success Story...  Growing each year, this multi-billion dollar industry, driven by 

and its modern makers, as well as its deliciously diverse possibilities. Flavor profiles and tasting guidelines highlight 100 selections of cider — including single varietal, dessert, hopped, and barrel-aged — plus perry, cider’s pear-based cousin. A perfect addition to any meal, cider pairings are featured in 30 food recipes, from Brussels sprouts salad to salmon chowder, brined quail, and poached pear frangipane. An additional 30 cocktail recipes include creative combinations such as Maple Basil Ciderita.

Cider- Enthusiasts' Manual: In recent years there has been a resurgence of interest in cider around the world, 

Cider Apples- The New Pomona-  Liz Copas, Cider Pomologist at Long Ashton Research Station and Orcharding Advisor for the 

today. After standing in the shadow of craft beer, hard cider is enjoying a much overdue renaissance. Craft Cider will uncover this unique beverage's history, the current state of cider in the marketplace, and recommend commercial ciders that represent the best in each style. Whether you are a beginner or a seasoned brewer, Craft Cider will be the go-to book for all skill levels to learn new brewing techniques, explore recipes, and learn about the expansive history of this age-old drink.

orchard deep in the countryside, or you’re just ‘scrumping’ apples from friends and neighbors every autumn, this book is for you. Andrew Lea is a retired food biochemist who started his career in the tea industry and then spent 13 years from 1972 to 1985 at the Long Ashton Research Station (the National Fruit and Cider Institute). For the past 20 years he has been a hobby cider maker with his own small orchard and cider press and 
has won many prizes at national and international cider competitions. The 

Craft Cider, Jeff Smith- Hard cider is far more than sweet apple juice with a kick. It is the fasted growing alcoholic beverage on the market 

different styles—draft, farmhouse, French, New England, and sparkling—and also covers other apple products, like apple wine, apple juice, cider vinegar, and Calvados. Richly informative and entertaining, Cider, Hard and Sweet is your go-to source for everything related to apples, cider, and cidermaking. It includes great information on apple varieties, cidermaking basics, barrel fermentation, and recipes for cooking with cider—with instructions for making boiled cider and cider jelly, and recipes for dishes with cider braises and marinades.

of Vinous Fruit-trees ... Making Metheglin and Birch-wine. The Second Impression. To which is Added, a Discourse Teaching the Best Way of Improving Bees.

Make your own cider! Annie Proulx and Lew Nichols take you step-by-step through the cidermaking process, covering everything from the various types of apple presses to how to filter, fine, rack, 

2015 Cider Handbook, Scott Laboratories- In 2013, as we watched the cider industry explode, 

and store your cider. They also provide recipes for making six types of cider---still, sparkling, champagne, barrel, French, and flavored---and advise you on which apples to use to achieve particular flavor qualities. There is even a chapter on making cider vinegars and brandy and using cider in your cooking. Finally, Proulx and Nichols show you how to grow and maintain your own home apple orchard and build your own cidermaking equipment. 

sectors of society. But because of the low status of many mass-market brands, cider has never attracted the attention of researchers and writers to the extent that beer, wine, and spirits have... Is cider, as legend has it, the oldest alcoholic drink of them all, or is it in fact a comparatively recent introduction? Did it come to Britain with the Celts, the Romans, or the Normans? Were medieval babies really baptised in it? Golden Fire: The Story of Cider takes a long, cool, refreshing look at the evolution of one of Britain's favourite beverages and answers all those questions.

Cider Books-References  The Cyder Market hard cider information for cider makers and drinkers with links for cider reference books and reports. 

show,  they want to try making cider for themselves. They also want to explore cider country - to drink in legendary cider pubs and learn more about orchards and apple varieties. Today's consumers want experiences as much as products. They want to get involved, to make and discover things for themselves, and "The Naked Guide to Cider" will show them how. This is a new kind of cider book for a new generation of cider lovers. It is a guide book, but not like a CAMRA guide."The Naked Guide to Cider" will introduce cider lovers to the history and culture of their favorite tipple, and demonstrate, in vivid detail and with clear step-by-step instructions, how to make their own cider. At the same time it will help people to explore cider country, showing where they can stay and where they can drink, buy or learn about cider.

explore every aspect of this fascinating drink and the people who produce it. Here you'll discover what Johnny Appleseed really planted, find out what the Magners' effect is and learn why perry is a miracle drink. Beginning in the sidrerias of Asturias, Spain, where cider has been part of the culture for thousands of years, the authors then travel north to Normandy and Brittany in France, to the famous cider regions of Somerset, the Three Counties and Wales in the UK and then across the Atlantic, to New England and Quebec where cider is being re-invented, taken out of bars and into restaurants. Over 200 ciders are described in detail, with tasting notes, and illustrated with hundreds of Bill Bradshaw's inspiring and beautiful photographs.

with breweries having invested millions to meet growing demand. At the same time many people now want to try to make their own cider, and Bill Bradshaw's the 

Enthusiasts' Manual: Cider is here to help.

Vinetum Britannicum, 1678: Ora Treatise of Cider and Other Wines and Drinks ... Fruits Growing in this Kingdom ... Propagating All Sorts 

Cider and perry are enjoying a boom, but today's new generation of cider enthusiasts want to do more than just drink cider. As sales of small-scale mills and presses 

consumer preferences, shows no signs of slowing down—giving you the perfect opportunity to start up. Corie Brown of Zester Daily and our experts introduce you to more than 30 craft producers, including pioneers like Ken Grossman of Sierra Nevada Brewing Co., Jörg Rupf creator of Hangar 1 Vodka, Kent Rabish owner of Grand Traverse Distillery, and Mike Beck co-owner of Uncle John’s Cider Mill.

the processes involved, and the art and science behind them. Fortunately,

The New Cider Maker’s Handbook is here to help. Author Claude Jolicoeur is an internationally known, award-winning cider maker with an inquiring, scientific mind. His book combines the best of traditional knowledge and techniques with up-to-date, scientifically based practices to provide today’s cider makers with all the tools they need to produce high-quality ciders. 

is enough to drive anyone to drink. The information in this book will help you navigate through the sea of cider out there.

 we decided to publish our first book dedicated to cider production in the U.S. We pooled our own internal wealth of knowledge and also tapped our suppliers for information on how cider was produced globally. As with the previous versions, we have also incorporated new protocols, articles, and an expanding list of products that we feel can aid in cider production.

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to the Doll Wassails of Yorkshire,  this ancient blessing tradition has adapted itself to every level of society from agricultural workers to Lords, even featuring in four plots to murder the Monarch of the day. This book by Simon Reed, author of The Cornish Traditional Year, examines every aspect of Wassailing with the hope that it will inspire people to revive and enjoy this important tradition.

Cider is a drink whose time has come... its popularity has soared, and it has become the drink of choice - especially in hot weather - for all 

National Association of Cider Makers for many years, has put together this extended edition of the Pomona. This book describes the merits of a wide range of apples that the average hunter-gatherer cidermaker might be able to find and gives a little help in tracking them down and identifying them. Over 160 varieties are described together with their cider making qualities, all with full colour photos, line drawings and keys to aid identification.

Dorset Cider- The heritage of cider in the county of Dorset has been a largely neglected  area – some had even suggested it did not