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Cider is as diverse as wine or beer. Discover the different styles and nuances of cider and its apples to determine what pairs with your tastes and plates best.
This study enables cider makers to identify areas for potential cost savings to allow their businesses to operate with more profitable margins and to further understand the current state of the cider production marketplace.
By Maria L Graziani, MBA, Molly Berntsen, Heather E. Manzo, Rachel Hair, Thy Le An Ngo
Penn State Extension conducted research in 2017 to assess current and future production levels and supply chain actors and identify future potential for local and regional sourcing of ingredients
These tools are designed as educational resources to aid in decision making regarding the establishment of your cider variety orchard.
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The Cider Act went into effect on January 1, 2017, and changes how cider is classified for federal taxation purposes.
Make quick reasonable changes to your labels without applying for a new Certificate of Label Approval or COLA.
Looking to make your own wine? Brew your own beer? Or grow your own grapes? Below is a list of resources useful for all of your home production needs.
By Denise M. Gardner, Erin Donnelly
Explore the use of distillation to treat faulted commercial wines.
By Edwin Winzeler, James Schupp, Ph.D.
Exploring the potential for using Mid-Atlantic processing apple varieties in hard cider production.
Hard cider production is increasingly becoming an economically attractive value-added product in the apple industry.