By Alan Stone with a foreword by James Crowden
£12.95 including P&P
The heritage of cider in the county of Dorset has been a largely neglected area – some had even suggested it did not exist.
Alan Stone decided to investigate and found a fascinating rich rural heritage of orchards, apples, cider makers and cider characters together with a whole host of new producers who are not only keeping the traditions alive
This is essential reading for anyone who is interested in Dorset and anyone who is interested in Cider. As well as covering 1,000 years of cider heritage, over 20 current producers, a number of pubs and other venues and events are detailed to help the reader explore cider in the county today.