Apples to Cider: How to Make Cider at Home

Apples to Cider: How to Make Cider at Home

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Overview

Make great cider at home with just a few ingredients and minimal equipment—with some help from Stephen Wood and the crew behind Farnum Hill Ciders.

In Apples to Cider, these cidermakers and their colleagues share decades of experience and a simple philosophy: Cider is all about the apples. Whether you are a home brewer, a home winemaker, or simply a cider lover, you can join the growing community of cidermakers that are reviving this thousand-year-old craft. With these easy-to-follow instructions for first-time cidermakers and advanced techniques for the more experienced, you'll be on your way to making your own delicious cider at home.

Inside you'll find:

Step-by-step instructions for making your first batch of still cider

A guide to tasting cider like a professional

Troubleshooting tips for preventing, diagnosing, and correcting the most common cider flaws

Advanced home cidermaking techniques for sparkling cider, methode champenoise cider, French-style cidre, and ice cider

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781592539185
Publisher: Quarry Books
Publication date: 02/15/2015
Pages: 152
Sales rank: 783,311
Product dimensions: 7.80(w) x 10.00(h) x 0.70(d)

About the Author

Stephen M. Wood started Poverty Lane Orchards and Farnum Hill Ciders twenty years ago when he bought the New Hampshire orchard where he had spent summers as a boy. Today, that orchard is the largest plantation of cider apples in the United States. Before coming to cider, Wood collaborated on television documentaries, worked on a hard-rock mining crew in Colorado, and picked up a degree in History from Harvard.

April White's craving for good food and great stories has taken her from the kitchens of Philadelphia to the goat farms of Tuscany, the paladares of Havana, and the tchouk huts of West Africa. The award-winning food writer penned Chickens in Five Minutes a Day with the staff of Murray McMurray Hatchery and Get Your Goat with goat farmer Brent Zimmerman. She is also the author of The Philadelphia Chef's Table and other cookbooks. See her latest work at aprwhite.com.

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Apples to Cider: How to Make Cider at Home 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
MaryAnn_Koopmann More than 1 year ago
I found this book very interesting and packed full of information. Cider is nothing more than apples, fermented. It seems simple, until you taste the end result of the fermentation. Good cider, like good wine, starts with good fruit. The fermentation process brings forward the hidden aromas, tastes, and sensations of those apples. The book incudes notes, cidermaking tips, shopping lists, and very clear instructions to follow. This would make a great gift or just for yourself to try some cider making. *I was given this book for a honest review.*
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