Tag Archives: radio

  1. post-image

    Listen to Cider History

    Got about 15 minutes?  Interested in hearing about early American cider traditions?  It is well worth your time, courtesy of the Virginia Foundation for the Humanities’ radio show, With Good Reason. This interview with Dr. David Williams traces the colonial history of cider, explains how large a “tankard” of cider really is (a half-gallon) and […]

  2. post-image

    Farnum Hill Cider on NPR’s All Things Considered (Audio)

    New Hampshire Public Radio’s Avishay Artsy came to the orchard in the fall to record some sights and sounds. His piece played across the country, and even made it on to “All Things Considered.” Here’s an excerpt: In New England, the tradition of making and drinking artisan cider goes back to the Founding Fathers. Now, […]