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Waddlegoose Lane Cyder is named after a local road and this pale but slighty hazy-straw coloured cyder features a floral appley aroma, caused by the dessert apple fruit used in this drink.
Judges at the championships sampled 75 Welsh ciders and perrys from 21 Welsh producers, scoring a variety of Welsh pure juice cider producers as winners on the day, with local cider maker Gethin's Cyder from Haverfordwest securing the Champion Cider Award, along with the Silver Dry Draught Cider and Gold and Silver Medium Draught Cider.
I have, however, made an exception where there is either uncertainty as to the published origin of a text, such as Walter Pilley's version of 'Dives and Lazarus' (EML/1/21), or where the printed source is of such obscurity that Leather's copy is one of the few known sources for the text, such as the 'Cyder Tax' ballad found in Memorials of Old Herefordshire.
The Aspall Cyder House of Suffolk, England and SBS Imports of Seattle, Washington have announced the limited release of Aspall Cuvee Chevallier Double Fermented Cyder in the US.
JUDY'S CHRISTMAS RED CABBAGE RECIPE (serves four) Ingredients: 1 medium red cabbage, sliced 2 medium white onions, sliced 2 Bramley apples, peeled and sliced 1 - 2 tbsp brown sugar 120ml / 4fl oz cyder vinegar 3 tbsp water foil 1.
The new-look Falcon retains many of its hearty favourites but has added some new 'classics' like roast monkfish, lamb shank jardaloo and pork and aspall cyder stew.
FRENCH imports have become the dominant force in British jumps racing over the past few seasons and War Party becomes the latest to strut his stuff in the Aspall's Suffolk Cyder Maiden Hurdle (1.40) at Uttoxeter today.
It was a time when his output seemed phenomenal, with more work on Thomas Hardy, and other publications, and the establishment of the university's publishing house, the Cyder Press.
Bottles made from this glass and stoppered with Portuguese cork were capable of holding pressurised liquids, so Redstreak Cyder was allowed to ferment in the bottle so that it fizzed like Champagne.
Other key moments in the eighteenth-century georgic revival include John Dryden's translation of Virgil and Joseph Addison's "Essay on Virgil's Georgics" (1697), John Philips' Cyder (1708), Stephen Duck's The Thresher's Labour (1730), William Somerville's The Chace (1735), Mary Collier's The Woman's Labour (1739), Christopher Smart's The Hop-Garden (1752), and John Dyer's The Fleece (1757).
Cornish Scrumpy Co Ltd, The Cornish Cyder Farm, Penhallow, Ymro, Cornwall TR4 9LW.