by April White with Steve Wood, 152 pages, 8x10, softcover. The current revolution in fermented cider has been an effort of thousands of enthusiasts from all over the country. But to my mind no one has been more influential than Steve Wood of Poverty Lane Orchards and Farnum Hill Cider. Steve has teamed up with April White to create a clear detailed explanation of how to make cider. Cider history and explanations of styles and terminology are interspersed with Steve’s diary-like observations. Of particular note is an excellent chapter on how to taste and describe cider. Set amidst the orchards and cider room at Farnum Hill, you’ll come away feeling like you know the people and the place. How to choose amongst the many excellent books about cider? Whether a beginner or an expert, if you’re into cider, you won’t be disappointed by this one. -John Bunker
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