Cider Apples

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Sagardotegi - Basque Cider - History
... The earliest written records on cider making and drinking go back to the 11th and 12th century ... of Navarre sending an envoy to the Monastery of Leire in 1014 who mentions apples and cider-making ... in the Codex Calixtinus who mentions the Basques being notable for growing apples and drinking cider ...
Cider Apple
... Cider apples are a group of apple cultivars grown for their use in cider production ... In the UK the Long Ashton Research Station categorised cider apples in 1903 into four main types according to the nature of their flavour components ... For cider production it is important that the fruit contains high sugar levels which encourage fermentation and raise the final alcohol levels ...
List Of Cider Brands
... This is a list of commercial brands of cider ... Cider is an alcoholic beverage made exclusively from the juice of specially grown varieties of apples ... The following is a list of cider brands ...
List Of Apple Cultivars - Cider Apples
... Cider apples may be far too sour or bitter for fresh eating, but are used for making cider ... Some apples (especially older ones from the U.S ... and Canada) are used for both cider and eating purposes ...
Ark Of Taste - List of Ark of Taste Foods - Ark of Taste Foods in The United States
... States Fish shellfish Capital Reef apple United States Apples Granite Beauty United States Apples Harrison Cider Apple United States Apples Hauer Pippin United States Apples Newtown Pippin United States Apples ... vinegars Norton (grape) United States Wines vinegars New England Boiled Cider and Cider Jelly United States Gallberry honey United States Honeys Guajillo honey United States Honeys Mayhaw jelly and syrup ...

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