Cider Blog

It’s All About the Apple: Growing Strong in Eastern Pennsylvania

Making any craft product starts with quality ingredients. For chefs, that’s farm-fresh produce; for bakers and brewers, it’s top-of-the-line milled grains. For cider makers, it’s all about the apple. All ciders, even those with other fruits or yeasts added, are almost entirely made from apple juice, so skimping on the integrity of that juice is simply not an option [...]

Cider: Fuel of the Revolution

People often think of apple pie as the ultimate all-American food, but we’d like to propose a beverage to go along with that pie: hard cider. Currently, 1 out of every 10 farms in the mid-Atlantic through New England regions is an orchard cidery, and the average American consumes [...]


PA Cider Guild 101: Who Are We?

Merriam-Webster defines a “guild” as “an association of people for mutual aid or the pursuit of a common goal.” This concept, begun in medieval times, is a way for a group, usually of craftspeople or merchants, to band together, share information and generally progress in their industry as a group [...]