In apples to cider, those cidermakers and their colleagues proportion decades of enjoy and a simple philosophy: cider is all approximately the apples.
Whether or not you're a home brewer, a domestic winemaker, or genuinely a cider lover, you could be part of the growing network of cidermakers that are reviving this thousand-yr-old craft. With these clean-to-comply with instructions for first-time cidermakers and superior techniques for the extra experienced, you may be in your manner to creating your very own delicious cider at home.
Interior you will find:
Step-via-step commands for making your first batch of nevertheless cider
A guide to tasting cider like a expert
Troubleshooting pointers for stopping, diagnosing, and correcting the maximum not unusual cider flaws
Advanced home cidermaking techniques for sparkling cider, methode champenoise cider, french-style cidre, and ice cider
"I found this book to be very informative on quite a high level of expertise. It is billed as being for hobbyists, but I learned a lot, and I am from an old apple growing and cider making family. The professional writing frames the raw intelligent info from the god father of American Hard Cider, Steve Wood. It all comes together in a very pleasant way. Apples to Cider is a good informative read." - Harry K. Ricker, Ricker Hill Orchards, 8th generation apple farmer
"In recent years, craft ciders have been finding space on the shelves of wine and beer shops across America, a trend sure to inspire home brewers. White (Philadelphia Chef's Table) and Farnum Hill Cider proprietor Wood have created a guide to making hard cider for beginners. The authors begin with information about the roots of hard cider in America, giving the history and styles of cider (traditional English, French methode champenoise, etc.). Next the coauthors address the prep required before you even have the juice, focusing on equipment, types of apples to use, and how to set up the fermentation space, as well as information about the very important skill of tasting. In addition to step-by-step directions for the actual cider making, they suggest ways each new batch can be used to evaluate and further improve ciders. VERDICT This book is a fine introduction to the basics of hard cider and will surely pique the interest of home brewers looking to stretch beyond beer and wine." - Library Journal
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