Here’s a recap of the best cider news worth sharing:
1) Cider Week Hudson Valley begins today. Highlights include Destination Ciders—limited-edition ciders only available at the farms where they’re made—and the 3rd Annual Historic Huguenot Street Cider Market in New Paltz on Saturday.
2) Two great articles from NPR’s The Salt: An Ancient Spanish Style Of Cider Takes Root In America and How New Roots Are Driving An Apple Renaissance.
3) “There’s more to the lifecycle of apple trees than just blossoms and fruit.” Virtue Cider visits their Southwest Michigan growers in Our Neighbors’ Orchards: Spring Edition.
6) Cidercraft interviews Bri Ewing, Food and Fermentation Specialist at Washington State University’s Mount Vernon Research and Extension Center.
10) Along Came a Cider reviews Citizen Cider Companion Sour Cherry Cider. Cider Says reviews Henney’s Dry Cider, Oregon Mead & Cider Free Press Cyser, 2 Towns Hop & Stalk, and 2 Towns Prickle Me Pink ^2. Cidercraft reviews Tieton Lavender Honey. CiderScene reviews Citizen Cider Companion Sour Cherry Cider. Cider Society reviews Graft Cider Fur Coat and Fanjul Sidra Natural. The Cider Drinker reviews Friels Vintage and Celtic Marches Ruby Tuesday. And Cider Explorer reviews Mayador Producción Limitada 2014, Celtic Marches Thundering Molly, and OVY Perrysuade.
Have a great weekend!