‘James Crowden is Britain’s best cider writer. I always turn to his work first when I want top research and inspiring opinions. His new ‘Cider Country’ is the book we have all been waiting for’
TOM PARKER BOWLES
‘A fascinating read’
Join James Crowden as he embarks on a journey to distil the ancient origins of cider, uncovering a rich culture and philosophy that has united farmer, maker and drinker for millennia.
£18.99 – Hardback
Published by Harper Collins
Other cider books by James Crowden
The West Country is justly famous for its wide variety of delicious ciders. Over the last thirty years there has been a quiet revolution in the area with a steady growth in cider producers, from small, local companies to well-established outfits pumping out millions of gallons a year. In this book, James Crowden charts the development of cider making in the West Country, from the sixteenth century monks to the diverse industry of today.
Cider, the Forgotten Miracle
Cider – The Forgotten Miracle is a witty, energetic and unforgettable investigation into the history of farmhouse cider. A fresh assessment of ancient traditions that have not only influenced the landscape for the better, but produced excellent cider into the bargain.
Cider – The Forgotten Miracle is occasionally in stock on this website, or via Abe Books.