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Tasting Cider

Tasting Cider Author Erin James
ISBN-10 9781612128382
Release 2017-07-25
Pages 288
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This complete guide to North America’s oldest beverage celebrates hard cider’s rich history and its modern makers, as well as its deliciously diverse possibilities. Flavor profiles and tasting guidelines highlight 100 selections of cider — including single varietal, dessert, hopped, and barrel-aged — plus perry, cider’s pear-based cousin. A perfect addition to any meal, cider pairings are featured in 30 food recipes, from Brussels sprouts salad to salmon chowder, brined quail, and poached pear frangipane. An additional 30 cocktail recipes include creative combinations such as Maple Basil Ciderita and Pear-fect Rye Fizz.



Cider

Cider Author Lew Nichols
ISBN-10 9781603428392
Release 2012-05-01
Pages 224
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Discover the pleasures of making and drinking cider. From choosing the right apples through reaping the liquid rewards of a successful pressing, this classic guide has you covered. With detailed drawings of cider-making equipment, methods, and set-up, even a novice juicer will enjoy sweet and spicy gallons in no time. Annie Proulx and Lew Nichols provide insightful, time-tested advice enlivened by a smattering of historical anecdotes. Whether you like your cider sweet or hard, you’re sure to find a recipe that satisfies.



World s Best Ciders

World s Best Ciders Author Pete Brown
ISBN-10 1454907886
Release 2013
Pages 256
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Explores cider and cider drinking traditions from around the world.



Cider Made Simple

Cider Made Simple Author Jeff Alworth
ISBN-10 9781452143491
Release 2015-09-15
Pages 176
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Cider has become the new "it" drink, with a wide range of styles popping up on restaurant menus and at neighborhood bars everywhere. Sweet, tart, sparkling, still—cider has many wonderful (and sometimes unexpected) qualities. But how to choose? For this gateway guide, author Jeff Alworth traveled to France, England, Spain, Canada, and the United States, asking questions and drinking every variety of cider he could find, resulting in a compact yet comprehensive overview. An ideal introduction to this complex and always refreshing beverage, Cider Made Simple will give imbibers the tools they need to choose the cider that's right for them.



Making Craft Cider

Making Craft Cider Author Simon McKie
ISBN-10 0747808171
Release 2011-04-19
Pages 112
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Small cider production is becoming a booming business as apple cider in all its varieties experiences seen a surge of popularity. Across North America, drinkers are enjoying imported ciders such as Magners, Bulmers and Strongbow, alonside national ciders such as Woodchuck and Original Sin. With this popularity also comes a rise in home cider making. Craft Cider Making explores all of these aspects of cider making, and much more, in a highly illustrated format. This book takes readers through the history and practicalities of cider making, and introduces the concepts and techniques of craft cider production. It looks at the different styles of cider, and the effect of fruit variety, climate and orchard location on the finished drink. Each step in the process of production is addressed and explained, including terroir, cider apples, scratting, pressing, measuring and adjusting, yeasts, fermentation, clarity, sweetening cider, and recipe/process experimentation. The book concludes with a suggested method for the home cider maker. This is the perfect introduction for anyone considering cider making, and a fascinating explanation of the history and process of real cider production for anyone who enjoys this complex and varied beverage on any level.



Craft Cider Making

Craft Cider Making Author Andrew Lea
ISBN-10 9781785000164
Release 2015-08-31
Pages 128
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This new edition of the best-selling Craft Cider Making is fully revised and updated. Packed with essential advice and information, it gives step-by-step instruction for small scale cider making. It retains the best of traditional practice but also draws on modern understanding of orcharding and fermentation science. Written by an award-winning cider maker, it guides beginners into the rewarding world of cider making and helps those with more experience expand their skills to enjoy the craft more fully. Includes a guide to cider apples, as well as advice on growing and caring for them. Packed with essential advice and information and step-by-step instruction for small scale cider making.



Modern Cider

Modern Cider Author Emma Christensen
ISBN-10 9781607749684
Release 2017
Pages 192
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"A fresh, appealing guide to brewing hard cider that makes everything from sourcing fruits and juices to bottling the finished cider accessible and fun, with recipes for basic ciders, traditional ciders from around the world, cider cousins like Perry, and innovative recipes that take ciders to the next level with beer-brewing techniques and alternative fruits"--



Golden Fire

Golden Fire Author Ted Bruning
ISBN-10 0755214315
Release 2012-03
Pages 202
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Cider is a drink whose time has come. Twenty years ago it was a minority taste competing with lager for a share of the keg-and-can market, and much favoured by under-age and problem drinkers for its strength and cheapness. Since then its popularity has soared, and it has become the drink of choice - especially in hot weather - for all sectors of society. But because of the low status of many mass-market brands, cider has never attracted the attention of researchers and writers to the extent that beer, wine, and spirits have. And nobody, until now, has attempted to unravel the many myths, legends, and misconceptions that surround its origins and development to present a factual narrative history. Is cider, as legend has it, the oldest alcoholic drink of them all, or is it in fact a comparatively recent introduction? Did it come to Britain with the Celts, the Romans, or the Normans? Were medieval babies really baptised in it? Golden Fire: The Story of Cider takes a long, cool, refreshing look at the evolution of one of Britain's favourite beverages and answers all those questions.



The History and Virtues of Cyder

The History and Virtues of Cyder Author R. K. French
ISBN-10 0709091222
Release 2010
Pages 200
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ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES. This book describes the rise and fall of cyder, and sets out in practical detail the traditional techniques for making it. We are all familiar with pasteurized, bland and carbon-dioxide-injected cider, but cyder is a living wine of some subtlety, matured in cask and bottle in the manner of champagne. Cyder disappeared from England in the nineteenth century, yet at its height in the seventeenth century cyder was often preferred to good French white wine and there was much discussion on how cyder should best be made. Today cyder is having a renaissance. The reader is taken through all the necessary stages from planting the tree, gathering the fruit, pressing and fermentation to laying down a vintage. The book also includes cyder food and drink recipes for when you have made your cyder.



Booze Vinyl

Booze   Vinyl Author André Darlington
ISBN-10 9780762463480
Release 2018-04-17
Pages 224
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The ultimate listening party guide, Booze and Vinyl shows you how to set the mood for 70 great records from the 1950s through the 2000s. From modern craft cocktails to old standbys, prepare to shake, stir, and just plain pour your way through some of the best wax ever pressed. Wickedly designed and featuring photography throughout, Booze & Vinyl is organized by mood, from Rock to Chill, Dance, and Seduce. Each entry has liner notes that underscore the album's musical highlights and accompanying "Side A" and "Side B" cocktail recipes that complement the music's mood, imagery in the lyrics, or connect the drink to the artist. This is your guide to a rich listening session for one, two, or more. Among the 70 featured albums are: Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club, Purple Rain, Sticky Fingers, Born To Run, License to Ill, Appetite for Destruction, Thriller, Like a Virgin, Low End Theory, The Rise and Fall of Ziggy Stardust, Hotel California, Buena Vista Social Club, Back to Black, Pet Sounds, Vampire Weekend, and many more



The Wildcrafted Cocktail

The Wildcrafted Cocktail Author Ellen Zachos
ISBN-10 9781612127439
Release 2017-05-17
Pages 240
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Meet the natural lovechild of the popular local-foods movement and craft cocktail scene. It’s here to show you just how easy it is to make delicious, one-of-a-kind mixed drinks with common flowers, berries, roots, and leaves that you can find along roadsides or in your backyard. Foraging expert Ellen Zachos gets the party started with recipes for more than 50 garnishes, syrups, infusions, juices, and bitters, including Quick Pickled Daylily Buds, Rose Hip Syrup, and Chanterelle-infused Rum. You’ll then incorporate your handcrafted components into 45 surprising and delightful cocktails, such as Stinger in the Rye, Don’t Sass Me, and Tree-tini.



Prison Ramen

Prison Ramen Author Clifton Collins
ISBN-10 9780761185529
Release 2015-11-03
Pages 176
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"Last year, the Japanese company that created instant ramen sold 46 billion packs and cups of pre-flavored dried noodles. It is a ubiquitous food, especially beloved by anyone looking for a cheap, tasty bite--including, it turns out, prisoners, who buy instant ramen at the commissary and use it as the building block for all sorts of meals that foster bonds of loyalty and friendship. [This book] takes readers behind bars, with 65 ramen recipes combined with stories of prison life from the inmates who devised them, including celebrities like Slash from Guns n' Roses and the actor Shia LaBeouf"--



The Bioregional Imagination

The Bioregional Imagination Author Tom Lynch
ISBN-10 9780820341712
Release 2012
Pages 438
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Bioregionalism is an innovative way of thinking about place and planet from an ecological perspective. Although bioregional ideas occur regularly in ecocritical writing, until now no systematic effort has been made to outline the principles of bioregional literary criticism and to use it as a way to read, write, understand, and teach literature. The twenty-four original essays here are written by an outstanding selection of international scholars. The range of bioregions covered is global and includes such diverse places as British Columbia's Meldrum Creek and Italy's Po River Valley, the Arctic and the Outback. There are even forays into cyberspace and outer space. In their comprehensive introduction, the editors map the terrain of the bioregional movement, including its history and potential to inspire and invigorate place-based and environmental literary criticism. Responding to bioregional tenets, this volume is divided into four sections. The essays in the “Reinhabiting” section narrate experiments in living-in-place and restoring damaged environments. The “Rereading” essays practice bioregional literary criticism, both by examining texts with strong ties to bioregional paradigms and by opening other, less-obvious texts to bioregional analysis. In “Reimagining,” the essays push bioregionalism to evolve—by expanding its corpus of texts, coupling its perspectives with other approaches, or challenging its core constructs. Essays in the “Renewal” section address bioregional pedagogy, beginning with local habitat studies and concluding with musings about the Internet. In response to the environmental crisis, we must reimagine our relationship to the places we inhabit. This volume shows how literature and literary studies are fundamental tools to such a reimagining.



Cider Hard and Sweet History Traditions and Making Your Own Third Edition

Cider  Hard and Sweet  History  Traditions  and Making Your Own  Third Edition Author Ben Watson
ISBN-10 9781581572070
Release 2013-09-02
Pages 208
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An updated and expanded guide for cider enthusiasts traces the drink's history through the stories of producers throughout the world, outlines cider-making basics for beginners and intermediates, shares additional recipes, and includes a new chapter on the recent popularity of perry cider.



David Tanis Market Cooking

David Tanis Market Cooking Author David Tanis
ISBN-10 9781579656287
Release 2017
Pages 480
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David Tanis's biggest and most ambitious book yet: a true teaching book, organized ingredient by ingredient, with 200 recipes, variations, and text that illustrates ways to improvise on basic themes.



Cider Cocktails Another Bite of the Apple

Cider Cocktails   Another Bite of the Apple Author Darlene Hayes
ISBN-10 0996321500
Release 2015-06-12
Pages 64
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Cider Cocktails - Another Bite of the Apple, the first collection of cider cocktail recipes published since Prohibition.Nineteenth and early 20th century cocktail manuals are full of cider-based drinks - punches and fizzes and toddies and more - but cider didn't bounce back into America's glasses until recently. Now that it's easily available again, cider is finding its way into the creative tool box of many modern mixologists. And who not? Cider is made in a whole range of flavors and styles, providing ample opportunity to exploit its mixing possibilities.With 30 cocktail recipes inspired by pre-Prohibition classics and today's craft cocktail movement plus 10 recipes for cider-infused appetizers, Cider Cocktails - Another Bite of the Apple gives cocktail and cider enthusiasts alike something exciting to prepare for their next big event or an evening with a handful of friends.



The Secrets of Master Brewers

The Secrets of Master Brewers Author Jeff Alworth
ISBN-10 9781612126555
Release 2017-03-21
Pages 304
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Best-selling author Jeff Alworth takes serious beer aficionados on a behind-the-scenes tour of 26 major European and North American breweries that create some of the world’s most classic beers. Learn how the Irish make stout, the secrets of traditional Czech pilsner, and what makes English cask ale unique by delving deep into the specific techniques, equipment, and geographical factors that shape these distinctive styles. Contemporary brewers carrying on their traditions share insider knowledge and 26 original recipes to guide experienced homebrewers in developing your own special versions of each style.