The Double Tap List: The Best of #Cider on Instagram (Nov. 11–17)

Hello, fellow #ciderlovers and happy Friday! We are pleased as pie that this work week is finally coming to a close. It feels like October just ended and now Thanksgiving is already knocking on our doors! The arrival of Friday means a new version of The Double Tap List, our roundup of the most notable and like-worthy … More The Double Tap List: The Best of #Cider on Instagram (Nov. 11–17)

For Cider Culture: DIY Cider Making #4: Apple Mania!

Welcome to Cider Culture’s column about DIY cider making. Our intrepid cider reporter, Samantha (who’s also an at-home cider-making experimenter), will share her tips, thoughts, frustrations, victories, and insights into the DIY magic it takes to turn apples into a mind-bending beverage. Check out her first, second and third installments to catch up on the topics discussed so far. Yes, it … More For Cider Culture: DIY Cider Making #4: Apple Mania!

The Double Tap List: The Best of #Cider on Instagram (Nov. 4–10)

Friday is back, #ciderlovers! Daylight saving time arrived this week and our attention has quickly shifted from Halloween frights to cozy fall nights. The arrival of Friday means a new version of The Double Tap List, our roundup of the most notable and like-worthy cider content on Instagram. The #ciderworld has been full of activity … More The Double Tap List: The Best of #Cider on Instagram (Nov. 4–10)

For Cider Culture: The Double Tap List: The Best of #Cider on Instagram (Oct. 28–Nov. 3)

It’s that time of the week again, #ciderlovers. Friday is back! We say goodbye to October this week and welcome November like an grumpy-but-lovable old friend. The arrival of Friday means a new version of The Double Tap List, our roundup of the most notable and like-worthy cider content on Instagram. The #ciderworld has been full of … More For Cider Culture: The Double Tap List: The Best of #Cider on Instagram (Oct. 28–Nov. 3)

For PorchDrinking: Flying Fish Brewing Co. | Exit 3 Blueberry Braggot

As any swalwe sittynge on a berne. Therto she koude skippe and make game, As any kyde or calf folwynge his dame. Hir mouth was sweete as bragot or the meeth, Or hoord of apples leyd in hey heeth.” – The Miller’s Tale,from the Canterbury Tales. Written about since the 12th century, braggots, (also called bragot or brackett) are hybrids. Being part barley-based ale and part honey-based mead, braggots are often associated with medieval times. A … More For PorchDrinking: Flying Fish Brewing Co. | Exit 3 Blueberry Braggot