If you haven’t explored it before, I highly recommend going over to google.com/trends and playing around with their trending tools. Its a lot of fun to see what everyone is searching throughout the years. Then again, I’m a math major and a love sorting through data and finding interesting correlations. Here are… Read More →
The Rojo is one of a select few ciders coming from Bantam Cider Company out of Cambridge, MA. They take their time to refine their recipes, and it shows in the final products. The Rojo incorporates ale yeast that ferments on the dry side. It is aged with sour cherries and black peppercorns…. Read More →
Apple ale can be sometimes confused with cider. It is not cider. It is an apple flavored beer and therefore not gluten free.
They say the recipe originates from 1670 colonial America. It probably should’ve stayed a part of history since it falls a little short on all accounts.
I rarely come across a beverage that i cannot finish, but this was one of them. It really didn’t have much going for it.
As growlers gain in popularity, make sure you have the best ones for your cider. Here are a few of top designer growlers you should be filling with delicious cider.
A list of 6 of my favorite blogs and bloggers bringing unique insights to the cider industry. These are the top sources for cider appreciation, reviews and news of the cider industry.
The american thirst for cider continues to grow. According to Impact Databank, which tracks alcohol industry data, the top 10 cider brands in the U.S. as a whole grew by 62% in 2012. These figures have definitely caught the eye of the major Beer companies.
Find out what is better when bottling your homemade cider. A traditional cork or a beer bottle cap (crown cap).
Appreciate the history and craft of cider and learn to make your own cider with this list of the top cider books.