Projects aim to elevate U.S. hard cider industry.
Bills allow farm wineries, breweries, and cideries to sell New York-made farm beverages by the glass.
Walden Hollow is named after cider house’s town and is all about fruit from the Empire State.
Credit allows wineries and cideries to reinvest savings in business.
Vermont apple grower finds tree in orchard, discovers it has unique profile which makes it a good addition to sweet and hard cider blends.
Workshop offered by Penn State University highlights production of hard cider beverage.
Passage benefits fast-growing, job-creating U.S. hard cider industry.
Penn State University Extension to offer the Hard Cider from Seed to Sip workshop held on Feb. 1 […]
I’ve been following the hard cider industry for as long as I’ve been writing for our magazine. It’s […]
The New York Apple Association (NYAA) updated the portion of the website devoted to cider. The site, […]
United States Association of Cider Makers (USACM) introduces Sicera, the first-ever hard Cider Certification Program. This accreditation program […]
Freshman Congressman Ryan Costello (PA-06) spent a recent afternoon at Frecon Farms in Boyertown, PA, to tout the […]
The Board of Directors of the United States Association of Cider Makers (USACM) recently met in Washington, DC, […]
“(The trouble of) 2015 was to a large degree my fault. We had the nicest spring early […]
Registration begins at 9:30 a.m. on Aug. 5 for the 17th annual Wayne County Fruit Grower Tour presented […]
The Pennsylvania Cider Guild is designed to help promote and educate members and consumers.
Demand growing as researchers explore the possibilities of mechanical harvesting.