There’s a new craft cidery coming to the Steel City. Threadbare Cider House and Meadery will officially open on Friday, October 20, and it’s time to celebrate! Threadbare Cider will be hosting a grand opening party that evening from 7–9 p.m. that will be open to the public. Join along in the cider-themed fun! With the purchase … More For Cider Culture: Threadbare Cider House Opening Soon on Pittsburgh’s North Side (Oct. 20)
Whoever developed the kegerator was a genius. And Snuggies—why would you not want sleeves on your blanket? The creation of the camera phone changed our society forever. And don’t even get me started on macaroni and cheese. All this to say: great things are born when two items come together to make one. With so many awesome … More For Cider Culture: What Is Graf?
Happy Friday the 13th, #ciderlovers! What an eventful week it’s been. We are elated that the weekend is finally here! The arrival of Friday means a new installment of The Double Tap List: our picks from the most notable and like-worthy #cider content on Instagram. The #ciderworld has been buzzing this week with news about Columbus Day, … More For Cider Culture: The Double Tap List: The Best of #Cider on Instagram (Oct. 7–13)
Close your eyes and picture an orchard in your mind. What do you see? You probably are envisioning a sprawling field with rows of gorgeous apple trees. Each apple tree is in full bloom, the fruits adorning every branch, just begging to be harvested. Now take that orchard and replant it atop a barge in … More For Cider Culture: Strongbow Cider & Swale Team Up to Create Floating Orchard in NYC’s Hudson River
A new chapter is about to begin in the city of Brotherly Love: Original 13 Ciderworks is set to open its doors in Philadelphia this fall. The cidery has been in the works for quite a while, hitting potholes in the road on the way to success. This startup has weaved its way through the bureaucracy of the city’s … More For Cider Culture: A Day in the Life of a Cider Maker: 13 Questions with Original 13 Ciderworks
As autumn arrives each year, nostalgia sets in, reminding us of all the traditions that make the season so special. Pumpkin carving, apple picking, fall festivals … it’s hard not to fall in love with this time of year. Autumn also brings back cider donuts! Made from the juices of freshly pressed apples, every sugary … More For Cider Culture: The Best Cider Donuts in the Northeast
It is Friday again, #ciderlovers. What a great week it’s been, but we’re glad the weekend’s here! The arrival of Friday means one thing: a new roundup of the most notable and like-worthy cider content on Instagram. The #ciderworld has been busy this week with fun photos of National Coffee Day, harvest festivals, odd rituals and crazy … More For Cider Culture: The Double Tap List: The Best of #Cider on Instagram (Sept. 30–Oct. 6)
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 and second installments for a proper introduction. Please bear with me while I … More For Cider Culture: DIY Cider Making #3: What is a Cider Apple?
Here at Cider Culture, we enjoy a great glass of cider. We love the dry ciders and we love the sweet varieties. While we especially love the small-batch artisanal ciders that are so hard to find that they require a map and extreme determination to acquire, we’re not too snobby to get down with a … More For Cider Culture- Cider For a Cause: 4 Cideries Supporting Charities Close to Their Hearts
It’s that time of year again: the leaves are beginning to fall, the cooler temperatures are having us bundle up a bit more and most importantly, it’s pumpkin time! Check out my article for Cider Culture, where I share the best new pumpkin beers this fall has to offer. https://www.ciderculture.com/pumpkin-ciders/