This week on Fuhmentaboudit!, hosts Chris Cuzme and Mary Izett are throwing back to cider week and sharing their interview conducted last month at the Franklin County CiderDays in Massachusetts with Paul Correnty. Paul is a founder of CiderDays and tells the hosts how the celebration came about in response to apple growers not fully profiting off their product. In the second half of the show, the topic of homemade cider is discussed and how the popularity of the beverage is on the rise. Tune in to hear some great information about cider and CiderDays, plus what's in store for the future of the event. This program was brought to you by



"Generations of Americans have put up their own food, have fermented their own alcohol, have done what they can to be as self-sufficient, especially when it comes to food... there's a benefit to making it yourself." [22:45]

--Paul Correnty on Fuhmentaboudit!