Hard Cider Production and Orchard Management in the Pacific Northwest
October 31, 2010
Making hard cider for both commercial and private enjoyment is the target of renewed interest in areas that are well suited to growing apples. This manual provides basic information on the many considerations that go into the reliable production of high quality cider for market, including choosing among cider apple categories, laboratory juice analysis, fermentation procedures, maturation, pasteurizing and product evaluation in Part I, and rootstock selection, pest management, harvest and storage in Part II.
Authors: G.A. Moulton, Carol Miles, J. King, A. Zimmerman
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