Bethlehem-based Five Maidens was named 2023 Best of Show at PA Farm Show Cider Competition for their Cranberry Cider.
On Nov. 10, Gov. Gretchen Whitmer proclaimed November as Michigan Craft Beverage Month, recognizing Michigan’s robust craft beverage industry’s vital economic development and social benefits.
“Michigan is home to some of the best breweries, wineries, cideries and distilleries in
Shadow Springs Vineyard of Hamptonville, Cypress Bend Vineyards of Wagram and Honeygirl Meadery in Durham took home Best of Show awards in the North Carolina State Fair Commercial Wine Competition.
Shadow Spring Vineyard’s 2019 Petit Verdot – Swan Creek
The American Cider Association is pleased to announce that CiderCon® 2023 will take place in Chicago, IL, Jan. 31 – Feb. 3, 2023. With tours, tastings, educational workshops, demos and more, CiderCon’s Chicago homecoming is set to be an
The American Cider Association is thrilled to announce that for the second time in 2022, nine people have passed the Certified Pommelier exam. The exam took place June 20 in Seattle, WA, at Seattle Cider Co. The new
Grapevine trunk diseases (GTDs) are the bane of vineyard owners worldwide, and as of 2012, were responsible for more than $1.5 billion in annual economic damages. While researchers have long known that a host of pathogenic fungi combine to
A scientific article just published by four Brazilian and two American scientists reports gains in electric and thermal energy obtained when brewer’s spent grain (barley bagasse), an abundant waste produced by the beer industry, is treated with ultrasound before
by Courtney Llewellyn
There’s the technical side to creating your quaff – growing and sourcing the best ingredients, fermenting them in just the right way, aging them properly. Then there’s the marketing side of your business. How do you
As the restaurant sector shifts back into gear, catering to younger health-conscious consumers could help the industry return to its former glory, as new research shows that more than a quarter of customers would be happy to pay premium