World's Best Ciders: Taste, Tradition, and Terroir

World's Best Ciders: Taste, Tradition, and Terroir

by Pete Brown, Bill Bradshaw
     
 

With the craft "hard cider" market growing rapidly, it's clear that drinkers are embracing this refreshing alternative to beer. World's Best Ciders taps into that trend, presenting more than 500 ciders from both artisan makers and global brands. Featuring in-depth explanations and tasting notes, it reveals all you need to know about the cider-making process,…  See more details below

Overview

With the craft "hard cider" market growing rapidly, it's clear that drinkers are embracing this refreshing alternative to beer. World's Best Ciders taps into that trend, presenting more than 500 ciders from both artisan makers and global brands. Featuring in-depth explanations and tasting notes, it reveals all you need to know about the cider-making process, producers, and breweries across the globe. Recipes for cider-based dishes complete this phenomenal guide.

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Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781454907886
Publisher:
Sterling Epicure
Publication date:
10/01/2013
Pages:
256
Sales rank:
566,324
Product dimensions:
8.70(w) x 10.70(h) x 1.20(d)

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Meet the Author

Pete Brown is one of Britain's most successful beer writers; he was awarded the Michael Jackson British Beer Writer of the Year Award in 2010. He writes the UK's leading beer blog, petebrown.blogspot.com. He has written three books: Man Walks into a Pub (Macmillan Publishers Limited); Three Sheets to the Wind (Pan Macmillan); and Hops and Glory (Pan). He appears regularly on TV, radio, and in print and currently writes two regular columns in brewing and pub trade magazines in the UK and in the US.  
Photographer Bill Bradshaw has been documenting artisan cider makers for more than eight years and has an unrivaled knowledge of the people and places around the globe that are key to cider. His cider images are on permanent display at the Hereford Cider Museum and his writing has been published internationally in various journals, including La Sidra, a prestigious Spanish magazine. You can view his images and travels on his blog, iamcider.blogspot.com, or learn more about him at billbradshaw.com.uk

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