Read

 A collection of interesting and useful books & periodicals.

Uncultivated. Wild Apples, Real Cider, and the Complicated Art of Making a Living by Andy Brennan

The Ghost Orchard. The Hidden History of the Apple in North America by Helen Humphreys

Sláinte. The Complete Guide to Irish Craft Beer and Cider by Caroline Hennessy and Kristin Jensen

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Fruits and Plains. The Horticultural Transformation of America by Philip J. Pauly

Apples To Cider. How To Make Cider At Home by April White with Stephen M. Wood of Farnum Hill Ciders

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Apples of Uncommon Character by Rowan Jacobsen

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Pomona’s Harvest. An Illustrated Chronicle of Antiquarian Fruit Literature  by H. Frederic Janson

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The Drunken Botanist by Amy Stewart

World’s Best Ciders: Taste, Tradition and Terroir by Pete Brown and Bill Bradshaw

Apples of North America by Tom Burford

Taste Buds and Molecules

Tastebuds and Molecules by Francois Chartier

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Ciderland by James Crowden

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Apples by Roger Yepsen

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Fruitful Legacy: A Historic Context of Orchards in the United States by Susan A. Dolan

Founding Gardeners by Andrea Wulf

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Taste, Memory Forgotten Foods, Lost Flavors, and Why They Matter by David Buchanan

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American Terroir Savoring the Flavors of Our Woods, Waters, and Fields, by Rowan Jacobsen

Cider Making Using & Enjoying Sweet & Hard Cider, Annie Proulx & Lou Nichols

Cider Hard & Sweet

Cider, Hard and Sweet by Ben Watson

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The Art of Fermentation by Sandor Ellix Katz

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