When you bring cider to Thanksgiving it’s nice to be able to introduce it with the right foods and the right time. All of our ciders fit perfectly with a holiday meal, from welcoming aperitif to an elegant dessert cider. This article explains what qualities to look for in a traditional orchard based cider you can bring…Read More
Cider suffers from an image problem. Say the word cider, and people often conjure up something extra sweet and extra fizzy. A sort of adult excuse for a soda. If you put an apple tree and the words “crisp, “fresh picked” or “straight from the orchard” on the label and advertise the heck out of…Read More
A chill is in the air. Leaves are in full colors. Menus turn to hearty vegetables and all things roasted. And cider is everywhere. New York City is one of the great food and beverage destinations in the world, and it’s a thrill when cider takes front and center in this culinary capital for a week,…Read More
Structure, acidity and aroma: Learn what apple varieties make the best cider. Twilight Walk, Talk and Picnic Dinner: Wednesday October 5th, 2016 4:00pm – 6:00pm Indian Creek Farm 1408 Trumansburg Rd, Ithaca, NY 14850 Ithaca, NY 14850 With Steve Cummins and Autumn Stoscheck of Eve’s Cidery. With the American cider revival well under way and hundreds…Read More
I was featured in this August 24, 2016 Slate article, provocatively titled: “Why Artisanal Cider-Makers Hate the Fizzy Stuff Sold in Six-Packs: Hard cider doesn’t belong in the same category as beer”, by Adrienne So. Mom always told me “hate” was a strong word, so it’s not the title I would have chosen. But for…Read More
The following is a repost from the Finger Lakes Cider House blog written by Melissa Madden, She wrote it as a response to the recent Slate article “Why Artisanal Cider-Makers Hate the Fizzy Stuff Sold in Six-Packs” Other than the inflammatory title, I actually don’t think the article said anything controversial. I mean really. But…Read More
Good Cider Begins in the Orchard. Welcome.