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Cider Sets Records at 2018 GLINTCAP

Darlene Hayes

The 13th annual Great Lakes International Cider and Perry Competition (GLINTCAP), held in Grand Rapids, Michigan, has once again set a record as the largest cider competition in the world with…

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To Make Cider Sweet, Drain and Repeat: The Mysterious Craft of Keeving

Adrienne So

Fermentation is a magical science, the process by which something ordinary will, given time and the appropriate temperature, slowly and inevitably transform itself into something sublime. If you want cider,…

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Recipe: Potluck-Style Indian Pudding + Downeast Cider Original Blend

Jill Lightner

Unlike Champagne, cider doesn’t have to battle existing notions of when it’s appropriate to drink, because you can find one that suits every occasion. Spring and summer cookouts and picnics…

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Q&A with Greg Hall of Virtue Cider

Lori Rice

After 20 years in the beer industry and recognition for establishing the standard in bourbon barrel-aged beer, Greg Hall set his sights on cider. Educating himself through an exploration of…

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Herb’s Cider Single Stroke Semi-Dry

Erin James

The music industry has long-term ties to the beverage trade, often times for better or for worse. For better, musicians have found passions in drink and committed to the cause…

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Diskin Cider to Open May 19 in Nashville

By: CIDERCRAFT

[from original press release] DISKIN CIDER ANNOUNCES GRAND OPENING DATE Nashville’s first craft cidery celebrates with a full day of festivities Diskin Cider, Nashville’s first and only craft cidery, has…

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Features/Recipes

Recipe: Cider (+ Tequila) for Cinco de Mayo

By: Kathy Casey

Cinco de Mayo has taken on a significance of its own in the United States, celebrating Mexican-American culture beyond the commemoration of the Mexican Army’s victory in the Battle of…

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Features/Reviews

Blue Toad Hard Cider Flower City Lilac

By: Erin James

From the Flour City to the Flower City, Rochester, New York, and its surrounding area around Lake Ontario, has long been heralded as a rich agricultural area, from lilacs to…

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Features

Speak My Language: Building Connections with the Cider Consumer

By: Daniel Pucci

The cider world is growing exponentially every year thanks to new producers emerging across North America and bars and restaurants adopting cider as part, or even the core, of their…

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