First Look: World’s Best Ciders: Taste, Tradition and Terroir. What We’re Reading.

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Authors: Pete Brown and Bill Bradshaw

Publisher: Sterling Epicure

Published: October 2013
256 pages
ISBN: 1-4549-0788-6
ISBN13: 9781454907886

Lucky to get an advance copy of World’s Best Ciders: Taste, Tradition and Terroir  (US/Can version) –  we are hunkering down with a craft cider for a good read and will report back with more detailed comments soon.

First impressions:

Hard bound and extensively illustrated with color photographs.

World’s Best Cider explores contemporary cider in the context of cider history, regional terroir, and local cider traditions. Authors Pete Brown and Bill Bradshaw examine world ciders by country, provide cider recommendations and tasting notes, and include profiles of several influential cider artisans responsible for crafting some of the world’s best ciders.

Pre-order a copy now via Amazon or Barnes & Noble.

http://www.sterlingpublishing.com

Available for purchase October 2103 at your local bookseller, including these sellers who carry books by Sterling Publishing:

In the USA

Hastings
Northshire Bookstore
Powells
University of Washington’s Bookstore
Tower.com

In Canada

Chapters Indigo
Vancouver Kidsbooks

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4 thoughts on “First Look: World’s Best Ciders: Taste, Tradition and Terroir. What We’re Reading.

  1. Thanks for posting about it – we’re really excited and consider ourselves lucky to be asked to do such a book. I’ll be at Cider Days this year – get yourselves there and we’ll chat about it!

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  2. corecider says:

    Great book. Thanks for the solid review.
    I added this one to my list of the Best books for cider making, drinking, and appreciating

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