by Erin James
An exclusive first-look at our upcoming book Tasting Cider by editor Erin James, this recipe highlights asparagus while in peak…
An East Coast native, the Baldwin Apple was once a staple in American households. Known for its complexity, this multi-purpose apple gives a twist on the classic apple pie or the traditional cider. But in 1934, the Baldwin fell victim to the harsh East Coast winters, nearly wiping out the fruit. Fortunately for us, the apple is most often seen in ciders, sporting its unique and crisp taste, making it a fan favorite whenever it makes an appearance.
Tucked into the alleyway of State Street in Bellingham, Washington hangs a full moon casting its shadow against the vibrant exterior of Honey Moon Mead & Cider. A production facility by day, Honey Moon transforms into a performance bar at night for locals to mingle and make themselves at home.
“We are more about building community than building a business,” says co-owner Anna Evans.
April showers bring May cider celebrations. That’s how the saying goes, right? With summer just around the corner, the month of May is preparing us for cider’s drinking biggest season. From the East Coast to the West, and the Rocky Mountains in between, cities everywhere are celebrating cider.
Central Coast Cider Festival | May 13 | $55-65
After last year’s sold out event, the Central Coast Cider Festival is back with more flavor, food and fun.