New book aims to educate drinkers about world of cider

By James Beeson contact

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Essential reading: Ciderology is designed to be a guide for the UK’s favourite apple-based drink
Essential reading: Ciderology is designed to be a guide for the UK’s favourite apple-based drink
The impact of terrior and climate on flavour, how cider has evolved over the centuries and how to match cider and food are just some of the topics covered in a new book by cider expert Gabe Cook.

Ciderology​ is the first book to be released by Cook, and is designed to be an essential guide on the topic of the UK’s favourite apple-based drink.

  • Interested in learning more about the world of cider? Book tickets to attend The Morning Advertiser​’s Cider Summit

Cook, who is the host of The Morning Advertiser​’s Cider Summit in Bristol this Friday (22 June), has travelled the world to discover the most important and exciting cider makers.

Experiences 'far and wide'

He has worked both for some of the world’s biggest cider producers, including Westons and Bulmers, and also for award-winning indie New Zealand craft cider producer Peckham’s and English traditional cider pioneers Ross Cider.

He is now a full-time consultant, Channel 4’s Sunday Brunch​ resident cider expert and an award-winning cider educator, as well a senior judge at cider competitions all over the globe.

In the book, he shares his experiences and knowledge and experiences from far and wide, in the UK and abroad. The book also contains recipes incorporating cider, tasting notes for cider styles that you can try yourself, and a wealth of anecdotes and tales that intermingle fact and myth.

Free tickets offered

The book will be released this September and will cost £16.99.

Meanwhile, operators are being offered the chance to win a free place at The Cider Summit.

The tickets will be given away on a first come, first served basis and delegates will be treated to a wealth of insight into the cider category including a free report, trends, canning, Brexit, and cider-specific businesses.

All operators have to do is be one of the first to contact Stevie Robinson on 01293 846508 or by email at fgrivr.ebovafba@jeoz.pbz.

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