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Cider Chat

By Ria Windcaller: Award winning Cidermaker | Craft Libations Columnist | Podcaster

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Interviewing cidermakers, importers, orchardists, foodies, farmers and cider enthusiasts around the world. Let’s delve into the semantics of cider…or is it hard cider, cidre, sidra or fermented apple juice? The truth is out there in Ciderville and we are going to find it. We toast in celebration of cider; As a libation, a gift from the gods, a taste of terroir, and a hard pressed good time. Ready to quench your thirst? Grab a glass and join this chat! See you in Ciderville!

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Blessings to Ria

I’ve loved listening to Ria and getting into the ciderville life!

Thank you !

Pure gold!!!

For those that are passionate about cider, or even just interested, this podcast is outstanding. We stumbled upon this while researching plans to open a cidery. Cider Chat is a goldmine of information for those that are novice cidermakers to seasoned industry professionals. Ria’s fun and quirky podcast is simply the best compilation of cider information and references we’ve encountered. In the past month, we’re already 100 episodes in and are catching up quickly! Ria, we raise a glass to you and thank you for the tremendous work you’re doing with Cider Chat.

Favorite Podcast!

This is my favorite podcast. I began making hard cider last year. As a home brewer and occasional wine maker, this was a natural fit. I listened to a large number of episodes, got inspired. I started with 19 gallons from two local orchards, and 2 strains of yeast. I have been regularly serving my own cider on tap from my bar at home ever since. Ria- I love your podcast and share your passion. Great interviews, and great advice. Thank you!

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  • Category: Food
  • Language: English

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