Looking ahead to our Cider Appreciation Day on June 23, Jimmy Carbone—the man himself—gave us his own take on appreciating the 400-year-old brew. (For a great history of Cider in America—or the Colonies—check out this article in Beer Advocate.)
What is Cider Appreciation Day and how did it get started?
Hard cider—really good, European-style hard cider—is underappreciated. It seems like a good idea to showcase some of the better French (Dupont), English, and American ciders (Farnum Hill among others) in one evening. [Read more…] about Cider Appreciation Day… Interview With Jimmy!