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Cider Guide Podcast
60 minutes | Dec 19, 2014
Episode 8 - Bill Bleasdale - Welsh Mountain Cider
Bill Bleasdale is a cidermaker, orchardist, and nurseryman based in mid-Wales. His self-published book "How to Grow Apples and Make Cider" is a whimsical yet informative instructional guide.
30 minutes | Dec 12, 2014
Episode 7 - Alan Shapiro - Cider Summit
Alan Shapiro of SBS Imports organizes the highly successful Cider Summit festivals in Seattle, Portland, Chicago, and the San Francisco Bay Area. He's a beverage industry veteran who has great insight into the future evolution of cider in the US.
28 minutes | Nov 18, 2014
Episode 6 - John Bunker & Rowan Jacobsen
John Bunker is one of our greatest apple experts. Rowan Jacobsen is one of our greatest food writers. In this episode they ruminate on the past, present, and future of apples and cider in the US.
43 minutes | Sep 9, 2014
Episode 5 - Andy Brennan
Andy Brennan of Aaron Burr Cider takes an artistic approach to orcharding and cidermaking at his farmstead-scale cidery in the Hudson Valley of New York.
34 minutes | Sep 3, 2014
Episode 4 - Mike Beck
Mike Beck of Uncle John's Cider Mill in Michigan is a pioneering figure in the modern cider revival in the United States.
47 minutes | Aug 26, 2014
Episode 3 - Bill Bradshaw
Somerset-based photographer Bill Bradshaw has documented the world of cider since 2004. His latest book is Cider Enthusiasts' Manual.
38 minutes | Aug 19, 2014
Episode 2 – Nicole Leibon
Nicole Leibon is the unheralded but highly talented cidermaker at Farnum Hill Ciders in New Hampshire.
46 minutes | Aug 12, 2014
Episode 1 - Tom Oliver
Tom Oliver of Oliver's Cider & Perry in Herefordshire, England is a legend on both sides of the Atlantic.
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