Explore the world of yeast possibilities before you ferment your next batch of cider.
Fall means apples, and apples mean hard cider. But don’t skip using hops, spices, and your favorite yeast strains!
Use these techniques for adding sugar back to your hard cider after it ferments to dryness.
The Wiz offers a way to stabilize fermentation temperatures and gives a new cidermaker tips for barrel aging.
Three cidermakers discuss single-varietal hard ciders.
Hop heads can take a break from drinking IPAs as more and more cidermakers are adding hops to their beverages.
Three cider makers discuss apples and the craft of cidermaking.
Apple cider is easy to make. All you need are some apples and a way to crush them. Our do-it-yourself cider press can get you started.
This cider is strong, still, and balanced, approximately 7 percent alcohol by volume.
This cider is drier, slightly stronger, bubbly but not champagne-like, approximately 4.5 percent alcohol by volume.
This cider is light, sweet, fruity, and effervescent, approximately 3.5 percent alcohol by volume.