Cider News Digest: September 2012
September 28, 2012
I’ve been seeing more and more articles about cider, so I’m going to try out something new. I hope to put out a summary of interesting news articles that I’ve collected around the end of each month. Apparently, I’ve been saving up a few this summer.
- CityArts: Cider Explosion! August 29, 2012
- Drinking In America.com: Hard Cider Is In. August 28, 2012
- Beverage Media Group: Cider Flexes Its Muscles. August 31, 2012
- Draft Magazine, September/October 2012 talked about new ciders.
- Fox News: Hard cider takes bigger slice of beverage market. September 6, 2012
- The Wall Street Journal: Shake the Tree. September 14, 2012
- With Good Reason: Hard Cider: Early America’s Drink of Choice. September 15, 2012
- Walking and Talking Blog: For a Day, Apples Rule the Roost at Astor Center. September 19, 2012
- The Guardian: Drink: give perry a chance. September 21, 2012
- Edible Portland: Return of the Cider Apple. Fall 2012
- Serious Eats: 6 American Ciders for Hop Heads.
- Imbibe: Apple of Our Eye (DIY fermented apple cider you can sink your teeth into).
Other local SW Washington/Oregon news:
- Vancouver Business Journal: Brew in the ‘Couve. April 5, 2012
- The Daily News: From garage operations to microbreweres, local beer boom is taking off. April 16, 2012
- The Daily News: Local shoppers get a taste of liquor sticker shock. June 1, 2012
- Oregonian: Pinot politics: Oregon’s ‘archaic’ alcohol rules come under fire. September 8, 2012
- Oregonian: Pinot politics: Laws ensure distributors get cash, handle nearly every bottle sold in Oregon. September 9, 2012
- Oregonian: Pinot politics: Oregon lawmakers take cautious approach to liberalizing liquor laws. September 10, 2012
- Beervana: How Should Oregon Regulate Alcohol? September 10, 2012
- Beervana: Regulating Liquor: The Role of Distributor. September 11, 2012
- Beervana: Regulating Liquor: Axing the Government Liquor Store. September 13, 2012 (says liquor sales in WA are up 21% over last year)
Other news: Homebrewing is still illegal in Alabama.