By Alan Stone with a foreword by Anthony Gibson OBE
More than 100 cider makers have been hunted out and interviewed in Alan Stone’s epic journey around the four south westernmost counties.
Someone had to do it and he could think of a lot worse things to do. He paints a detailed picture of the cider heritage both as it has been and as it is now as cider enjoys a revival that has bought back a ‘golden age’ last seen in the 17th and 18th centuries. This is essential reading for anyone who enjoys cider and wants to find out more.
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