We are reveling in the fact that Cider Week (Oct. 24-Nov.2) actually lasts 10 days, partly because we get to talk in even greater depth about ciders. Last week, to kick-off the celebration, we focused on the history of American Ciders. This week we are going to cast our gaze further afield and talk about ciders from elsewhere in the world. Cider has a long and celebrated history throughout much of Europe and, not surprisingly, to lands where Europeans travelled (North America, Australia, South Africa, Argentina and beyond). Although there is idea where or when cider making specifically began, it is apparent that ciders were made earlier in areas that produce bitter...
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