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Cider Harvestime

Season 4, Ep. 3

Episode 3 of Pubs. Pints. People. season 4 is celebrates CAMRA's October Cider Month, and delves into cider harvestime!

Our first interview is the Ciderologist Gabe Cook talking to Jackie Denman of the Big Apple Association. We are also joined by Alison Taffs, who interviewed not one, not two, but three cider industry figures - Albert Johnson of Ross Cider, the team behind the Orchard Project, and May Turner of Turner's Cider.

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