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An Introduction to Midwestern Cocktail Culture

Eat Your Heartland is back for Season 2. In our first episode of the new season, Capri is joined by author Jeanette Hurt.

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Autumn and Ezra of Eve’s Cidery

This week on Beer Sessions Radio, enjoy a conversation recently recorded during Cider Week with Autumn Stoscheck and Ezra Sherman, who are partners in life and at Eve’s Cidery. When Autum...

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Cider Days with Ragged Hill and Headwater

This week on Beer Sessions Radio, Jimmy talks all things Cider Days with Anne and Steve Ga

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What’s Next for American Craft Cider?

For our season finale we’re focusing our attention on what the future holds for cider. We’ll dive into co-ferments, collaborations, and cider culture abroad.

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Storytelling and Selling

In this episode we visited our favorite bars, wine shops, and cider festivals to explore the many ways the industry is reaching out to curious drinkers.

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Foraging a New Path

This week on Hard Core, trek through orchards with us to deepen your knowledge of the impact that farming practices, tourism, policy, and collaboration can have on farms and cidermakers. ...

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Where the Lab Meets the Orchard

In this episode, we’re looking at the science behind cider making and apple growing. We start with a chemistry lesson on fermentation and assess how microscopic organisms affect cider’s t...

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The Scion Awards & Choosing Orchard-to-Glass Cider This Thanksgiving

In this Cider Week NYC bonus episode, Jimmy hosts Eleanor Leger of Eden Cider; Dan Wilson of Slyboro Cider House and Hick’s Ochard; and Cathryn Gaylord, a farm apprentice at Eve’

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Taste of Place

In this episode, you will be transported to the Finger Lakes region of New York State to hear from many of the makers leading America’s cider revival. We’ll try to answer the question: Ca...

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A Very American History of Cider

Cider has been a part of American history since the first colonists hit our shores. But while apples took root on this newly claimed continent, so did the slave trade.