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Beer Sessions Radio – Cider Sessions 2014 / Cider Week NYC Preview

Episode: 236

It’s that time of year again! Tune into Beer Sessions Radio as it once again transforms into Cider Sessions Radio for Cider Week NYC 2014! There’s an incredible panel of guests in the studio tasting a bevy of different ciders – all made from the Kingston Black varietal. Tune in and hear from Steve Wood of Farnum Hill Cider, Rowan Jacobsen, author of Apples of Uncommon Character, Dan Wilson of Slyboro Cider, Gay Howard of United States of Cider, Sabine Hrechdakian & Sascha Anderson, Producers of Cider Week NYC and Kay Michaels, cheesemonger at Eataly. Go beyond the glass and learn about all that goes into producing one of the hottest beverages around these days! This program was brought to you by GreatBrewers.com.


“Kingston black is one of the few apple varieties that by itself has all of the qualities that can make an interesting cider.” [30:00]

–Dan Wilson on Beer Sessions Radio

“If people start growing these varietals across the country, real regional differences will start to occur.” [34:00]

–Steve Wood on Beer Sessions Radio

“There’s a kind of double standard on the top wines vs the top ciders. hopefully that will even out over the years.” [35:00]

Rowan Jacobsen on Beer Sessions Radio

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