Product was successfully added to your shopping cart.


Product was successfully added to your comparison list.


SKU: 7285

Regular Price: $14.95

Special Price $11.21

Availability: Out of stock

You Can Do This
When you buy this product you get FREE ACCESS to: Hundreds of how-to articles and recipes, instructional videos and even our FREE eBook library.



A comprehensive guide to brewing cider at home, this book is a valuable resource for both homebrewers and apple lovers!

  • Authors: Annie Proulx, Lew Nichols
  • Paperback | 224 pages
  • ISBN: 9781580175203  | Published by Storey Publishing
  • Dimensions: 6 x 9 inches | Weight: 0.84 lbs


What’s Inside Cider: Making, Using & Enjoying Sweet & Hard Cider

Introduction by John Vitorri
1. Cider Making: What You Need and How You Do It
2. Making Different Cider Varieties
3. Apples for Cider
4. The Home Orchard
5. Beyond Cider: Vinegars, Brandy, Tasting, and Cooking
6. Cider and the Law
Appendix: Making You Own Equipment


Cider: Making, Using & Enjoying Sweet & Hard Cider Back Cover Copy

How do you make great cider? All need is an apple.

This handbook shows you how simple it is to turn fruit into nature’s most refreshing drink

  • MAKE fresh and delicious sweet and hard ciders – including blended and sparkling ciders
  • BUILD your own working apple press
  • ENHANCE your cooking with cider as an ingredient
  • CHOOSE the right apple cultivar for the flavor you want
  • PLAN and PLANT you very own home orchard for the freshest batch of cider ever.


Plus interesting bits of history and lore shed light on cider’s colorful past.


About the Authors

Annie Proulx has been writing for over 40 years. Her works include the Pullitzer-prize winning novel The Shipping News and several other books on country living topics. Lew Nichols owns and operates the Vershire Cidery in Vermont.



Additional Information



1 Reviews For "Cider"

  1. Possibly the most thorough cider manual to date

    by abyssiniandog on 05 Wed,2017


    I found that this paperback book contained much more information than I could digest in a weekend. If the authors left anything untold I certainly couldn't tell what it was. From start to finish, if you're interested in making your first batch of cider or if you're contemplating investing a windfall into cider production on a massive scale this book is a must read and will soon become your 'go to' manual.

Write Your Own Review





Questions on Cider

No questions asked yet

Ask Your Own Question