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Neutral Cider Hotel

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Neutral Cider Hotel

Gabe Cook, Grant Hutchison and Martyn Goodwin-Sharman

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Join hosts Gabe Cook (Cider expert, author), Grant Hutchison (Frightened Rabbit drummer, Cider distributor) and Martyn Goodwin-Sharman (Cider writer) on their weekly podcast where they engage in boisterous discussions on cider, music and life. They’ll keep you up-to-date on the latest news and trends happening in the cider industry and chat with fascinating people from the worlds of cider, music, entertainment, journalism and more. They’ll also sample new and interesting ciders and give you ...
 
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Cider Chat

Ria Windcaller: Award winning Cidermaker | Craft Libations Columnist | Podc

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Interviewing cidermakers importers, orchardists, foodies, farmers and cider enthusiasts around the world. Let’s delve into the semantics of cider…or is it hard cider, cidre, sidra or fermented apple juice? The truth is out there in Ciderville and we are going to find it. We toast in celebration of cider; As a libation, a gift from the gods, a taste of terroir, and a hard pressed good time. Ready to quench your thirst? Grab a glass and join this chat! See you in Ciderville!
 
Cider Chat Live is a "mini-me" of the weekly podcast Cider Chat - Expect all new, unscripted content from road trips out & about in Ciderville. Come Along and Bring Your Glass and Join this Chat! And also subscribe to Cider Chat - the mother all of cider podcasts with over 120+ episodes with maker, cider enthusiasts and folks in the cider trade around the world.
 
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Common Cider is an America’s leading cider company provides top rated ciders in six different flavors. These ciders are made using superior processes and fresh fruits. If you are cider lover and really want to have some delicious ciders then make sure you try top rated ciders by Common Cider. Get more information by visiting at: https://www.commoncider.com/our-story/
 
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Come one, come all. No, not you, Tony. While Peter was away at bootcamp, Keri and Matthew had a series of happy accidents. Down from the shelves came: Real Jills eat (niche) quiches. Fallon's creamy field of dreams. If you build it, they will fight. Tony can only come when Pat allows him. And poor Lee has to umpire. The great rep-deception. Is Jazz…
 
Bretagne's Domaine Jouny In 1997 Arnaud Jouny was a professional bee keeper. In 2014 he built the current building where he both makes cidre and poire and also distills. He also makes a local product known as Chochen. All products made at Domaine Jouny are grown or raisded (bees) using organic practices. Arnaud Jouny holding Eau de Vie Poire What i…
 
Join hosts Gabe Cook, Martyn Goodwin-Sharman, Grant Hutchison and Producer Scott as as they do a deep dive on Star Wars in the Neutral Cider Hotel! Grant Hutchison is back on the podcast explaining why he missed the previous episode’s recording. Gabe lets the guys know that he’s recently won CAMRA’s Campaigner of the Year Award and we’re all so pro…
 
This week, Keri, Peter and Matthew boxed up The Archers and threw it in a skip. Then set fire to it. • We've got a file on you. Tracy's roleplay screws her dole pay. • Roy always carries a Torch, but for Grey Gables or for a husky-voiced environmentalist? • Ewe got a pretty face. Ed and Eddie discuss Shilf life. Email us at: hello@thecidershed.com …
 
Domaine du Manoir de Montreuil with Patrice Giard In this episode: Patrice Giard recorded during the Totally Cider Tour to Normandy France in September 2018. The upcoming 2022 French Cider Tour will be making a stop at this ciderie. Patrice is a 13th generation cidermaker at this family farm. Patrice, his wife and his daughter are running the farm.…
 
Join Peter, Keri and Matthew as they borrow a smart jacket and attempt to win over resistant listeners. We've memorised the following: • They wood fire anything for love, but they won't do that. Ian and Adam refuse to share a slice. • Groin before wicket. Clarrie strains a muscle and everyone's patience. • You'll always find him selling kitchens at…
 
Yes! Cider has a back story behind the American Revolution In the 1700s ceramic teapots were the political bumper stickers of the day! In this episode we hear about the Cyder Act teapot that the Museum of the American Revolution located in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania has just acquired. The museum's Curator of Collections, Mark Turdo, tells us how th…
 
This week Keri, Peter and Matthew bought a ticket to the world (Ambridge) but now they've come back again. With this: • Oliver needs an HR dept. • Ruairi can't handle......the truth. • Is Freddie a lovable fool, a colossal bellend, or a lovable colossal foolish bellend? • Ambridge. It's me, I'm Kathy, I've come home. I'm so...... oh, sacked. Email …
 
Alex Peckham New Zealand's Premier Cidermaker With wit and charm and dashing good looks Alex Peckham charmed all who had the pleasure of meeting him. The fact that he produced exemplary ciders was merely a side bonus. I met Alex for the first and only time in Baltimore Maryland in 2018. We were both attending that American Cider Association's annua…
 
A first this week as all three of us recorded the pod whilst on the same body of land. We put our slurries to the back of our minds and had a go at the following: • Vince's solar system: Panel-beating David into submission. • Ruairi's tales from the crypto seem to be a little sugar-coated. • Adil Shah: Worst hotel guest ever. • Freddie and Josh: Mo…
 
Climate Change insights for Orchardists Elizabeth Garofalo of the University of Massachusetts is an Extension Educator and part of the Fruit Team. This workshop presented how regional climates are shifting and the impact that climate has and will have on disease management and the pathogens seen in the orchard. The case study was on bitter rot and …
 
Keri caught covid so Peter and Matthew step their game up and wang on about: • Not sharts. Shah. Adil Shah. • Ruairi the wrong un. • DJ Freddie in da house stately home. • It takes a village to ruin a Martha. and so much more... Email us at: hello@thecidershed.com Message us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/TheCiderShedPod Join the Facebook Group: w…
 
Northern Michigan a.k.a. Top of the Mitten A cider tasting with Left Foot Charley, Tandem Cider and Presque Isle Farm Cider as presented at CiderCon20222. Nicole LeGrand Leibon of LaNose Knows consulting moderated this panel discussion and tasting. (LtoR) Nicole LeGrand Leibon, Dan Stepanski, Dan Young Order of cider from the Mitten Makers The flig…
 
Join hosts Gabe Cook, Martyn Goodwin-Sharman and Producer Scott as they laugh themselves to tears at the end of this episode of the Neutral Cider Hotel! Grant Hutchison is away this week, but the show must go on! Gabe lets the guys know about his recent holiday where he met Zimbabwe’s own Nyanga Craft Cider! Impressed by his wares, Gabe got to have…
 
*** We are having technical issues. Apologies. We will try and sort these out ASAP *** This week Keri, Peter and Matthew have a heart to shart over: • Let Tony eat cake! • The Berrow bored members kill the storyline. • Amy has left the building. Elvis is off the leash. • Busy Mumpreneur Kate offers up Roy to the cosmos and slays a vicar in one week…
 
Wild, Clean & Free: Harnessing the Beauty of Wild-Fermenting, Without the Flaws Was presented at CiderCon2022 held in Richmond, Virginia in February. The seminar was moderated by Christine Walter of Bauman's Cider. Three makers shared a taste of their select ciders that are fermented with wild yeast or what is also referred to as ambient yeast. Ano…
 
This week on the pod, Peter, Keri and Matthew discuss famous Yvettes, telegrams to cricketers and Toot and Ploot. We also found time to cover: • Alice finds out about the world’s dullest couple. • Lily comes across a random rampant rabbit. • Justin goes over the boundary. • Ian gets whisked off his feet by the Angel Susan. Email us at: hello@thecid…
 
Tribute to Author and Orchardists Michael Phillips I spoke with his long time friend Alan Surprenant of Brook Farm Orchard in Ashfield, Massachusetts on a cool March day a little over two week's after the unexpected passing of Michael Phillips. The two men met originally at a New England Organic Farmers Association (NOFA) conference that was being …
 
With Peter ill it is left to Matthew, Keri and Matthew's dad to talk about: • Nora susses the toxic cake dynamics. • Jakob’s suggestion of a lid blows Roy’s tiny mind. • Harrison’s Baptismal wet quiff turns Fallon off. • Justin’s going to turn Brian to toast. Email us at: hello@thecidershed.com Find us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/TheCiderShedPo…
 
Farmstead Wyoming's First Commercial Cidery Ian McGregor who cofounded Farmstead Cider with Orion Bellorado holds the title of being both the first commercial cidery in the state of Wyoming and as of this episode published in 2022 remain the sole cidery in the state. These enterprising makers source their apples from residential homes in the area w…
 
Matthew, Keri and Peter show their heartfelt appreciation for: • Tracy saves face at her boyfriend's house by agreeing to have sex at work. • Kirsty Vs. Kate - A ridiculously implausible interview process. • The Long Goodbye. Phoebe has finally gone. • Who the hell is Fallon these days? Amy has deserted her dogs and left, rather than find out. Emai…
 
The DOPE Brand Hannah Ferguson is giving us all a reason to visit Youngstown, Ohio. Her DOPE brand is helping to introduce the city to cider like never before. The bio says that the DOPE brand is about a "Winemaker, Marketing, Event planning, other business services" but this only stays in step wit how she is keeping the door wide open for opportun…
 
It's a full house this week and Peter, Keri and Matthew are wittering about: • The name’s Aldridge. Brian Aldridge. • Sexy, sexy Chris Carter. • Will she stay or will she go? Of course Kirsty is sodding well staying. • I don't like over 60s veteran walking Cricket. No, no. I LOVE it! Email us at: hello@thecidershed.com Find us on Twitter: https://t…
 
Blue Bee Cider Founder Courtney Mailey Courtney Mailey, always knew she wanted to be a farmer of sorts. In the high school she took part in an aptitude test with the result showing that she was to be a farmer. By the way, she was the only kids in her whole class with that goal. Her journey to cider became more obvious after a stint in working in DC…
 
Join hosts Martyn Goodwin-Sharman, Gabe Cook, Grant Hutchison and Producer Scott as they count down to the end… of the financial year at Neutral Cider Hotel! The guys kick things off with a horse of knowledge, brought out of its slumber, for a dive into Wassail! Martyn didn’t attend, instead drinking cider by the glass at The Old Bookshop, Grant in…
 
Keri and Matthew try to wrap their heads around: • Pip is weird (and on speed). • Where’s Rex taking Bert’s brass telescope? • Cricket schmicket. • Alice knows her way round a boiler. Email us at: hello@thecidershed.com Find us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/TheCiderShedPod Join the Facebook Group: www.facebook.com/groups/357567078923256/?ref=shar…
 
Flynt could have grown pot, but it was apples that really caught her eye Flynt casually joked during this interview that perhaps she could have chosen to become a pot (cannabis) grower as a career before becoming an apple farmer. I think I can speak for the whole of Ciderville in saying, "we are sure glad she went for the apple" Diane Flynt For Vir…
 
A quality week of The Archers gets the full Keri, Matthew and Peter treatment: • Should Kate be released back into the wild? • Chelsea turns around an early deficit to come out on top away from home. • We call Bull on the speed not dating. • Sunday; Isn't it nice of Brian to help Chris out? Thursday; Ohhhhhh It's about the money shocker. Email us a…
 
Keynote Speakers of CiderCon 2022 Gary Flowers is a keynote speaker, radio host and the tour guide who leads the Jackson Ward history tour. The tour was one of a number of pre-conference tour offerings for CiderCon2022 attendees who had flocked to the city of Richmond, Virginia in the first week of February. The food and cider was abundantly delici…
 
Matthew, Keri and Peter treat a serious topic with the respect it deserves before the puerile nonsense inevitably starts. • Kirsty and Tom honour their lost baby with Natasha's support. • Amy and Chris. Sitting in a tree. They are B. O. R. I. N. G. • Chelsea has the daggers out for Jake. • How is Kate going to cope with losing a strong Mother figur…
 
Elegast Cidery Beginnings Arjen Meeusem shares his story of living in Portland, Oregon and how a stop at Reverend Nat's Hard Cider to taste the cider inspired him to find out more about this niche market and its viability to make cider in the Netherlands. Arjen Meeuwsen outside the estate based cidery Arjen and his business partners began their cid…
 
It's a threesome this week with Keri, Matthew and Peter having a go at: • We are blessed by Brian • Adam is amazing and so is Susan • Chris and Martha have a poxy week • Phoebe is torn; career and the endless beauty of the Scottish highlands, or Kate? Email us at: hello@thecidershed.com Find us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/TheCiderShedPod Join t…
 
Maker Arjen Meeuwsen of Elegast Cidery Offers business tips before you break ground, when your product is being sold and how to tap into a wider audience. Arjen's goal is "Being Present and Being Visible... and Providing a Good Product" Arjen Meeuwsen Maker Tips Size Growing with the market Managing your stock Cash flow Labor vs the economy of mach…
 
It's out with the old shameless plugs, and in with the new shameless plugs, as Gabe Cook, Grant Hutchison and Martyn Goodwin-Sharman check back into the newly refurbished, Neutral Cider Hotel! The guys welcome Season 2 in a wildly unceremonious fashion, but lay down the expectation of a monthly schedule, so get ready for a new and different pace fo…
 
Peter and Matthew try to be civil about life at Brookfield while Keri is away in Seville: • Spoiler: David and Ruth don't die. • Leonard. Dear sweet Stockholm syndrome suffering Leonard. • Pip and Josh are... ...weirdly tolerable. Email us at: hello@thecidershed.com Find us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/TheCiderShedPod Join the Facebook Group: ww…
 
Falling for the Chocolate Pear Forager of fruits enjoy the hunt of finding hidden trees and more often than not fully laden trees in plain site. Ben Kunesh's path as a forage has led him to fruits of all natures, including the once famous and now newly rising star known as the Chocolate Pear. Ben Kunesh holding Chocolate Pears The Chocolate Pear ha…
 
It was a crude but not rude pod this week with Keri, Peter and Matthew discussing: • Jazzer is very un-Jazzery in his rental treatment of Jim • Harrison's journey to the font is sans comic potential • Massive life crisis? No problem. Bowling and bubble tea sort it out for Phoebe, Alice and Lily • The Valentine’s plot. Kenton and Jolene dragon it ou…
 
What is a Wassail A Wassail is a celebration of the orchards, most typically apple orchards to honor the natural world and pay tribute with hopes of an abundant fruiting season moving forward. A Wassail is also a cheer When you hear someone say “Wassail” it means -Be Healthy! The reply is “Drink hail” - To your health! When does it take place? Hist…
 
With Peter away it is up to Keri and Matthew to discuss: 1 - Nothing says 'I love you' like flat pack bathroom cabinetry. 2 - Mike learns the mechanics of a healthy lifestyle. 3 - Stella brings HR to Ambridge at Alice's expense. 4 - Josh and Pip are BFFs. 5 - Hazel continued to drive us nuts, even as she was leaving. Email us at: hello@thecidershed…
 
Washtenaw County Cider Mills 1841 - Present Day Patrick McCauley grew up in south eastern Michigan and recalls visiting cider mills as a child, enjoying in the fresh pressed apple juice and the cider donuts. Today he is avid cider maker and realtor in the Ann Arbor area a job that allows him to have an eagle eye on backyard orchards. Patrick McCaul…
 
The three of us are reunited for the first time in 2022 to discuss: 1 - Alice and Amy smash bottles in a children's playground. 2 - The Olivers. Lord help us all. 3 - Is Chris the stupidest man alive? 4 - Is Mike going to explode? (Cakes, pies, curries, sausage rolls, pints) 5 - Susan and Adam. Comedy gold. Email us at: hello@thecidershed.com Find …
 
Building a Water Wheel to Power a Cider Mill Phil Watson grew up on an old farm with an old cider press that powered a water wheel. When a water wheel turns it produces a lot of force, so his mom back then had the old wheel taken down. That water wheel made a big impression on Phil so years later he built his own water wheel powered cider press on …
 
Matthew's optimism was sorely missed as Keri and Peter chuntered on about: 1 - Bitcoin - do its side effects include being incredibly rude? 2 - For those new to the show; this is Mike tucker. 3 - The annual Christmas 'entertainment' from Linda and ensemble. 4 - Ruth's new friendship circle with Stella and Usha. Email us at: hello@thecidershed.com F…
 
Celebrate the death of another year with Gabe Cook, Grant Hutchison and Martyn Goodwin-Sharman, as they ring out 2021 at the Neutral Cider Hotel! It’s an episode of reflection, as our own Narcissus Gabe jumps on the cider horse and guides the guys down a winding track to hunt a certain cider mole, offending his own mum and Scotch cider makers along…
 
Leave out a mince pie and a glass of cider, as Gabe Cook, Grant Hutchison and Martyn Goodwin-Sharman slide down the chimney of the Neutral Cider Hotel! After some time off, the boys felt that a one off was the only call to make for you, the listener! They’ve been counting down the seconds it seems, Gabe’s been on the tax filing, Martyn has been wit…
 
It was almost all Russ talk this week, with a smattering of chat about Andonis and his life in front of and behind the mic/camera. Get the Andonis look for your home: https://www.sarahbeckmather.com Peter's video suggestion with Arrogant Luke #1: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kkKITLKos9w Peter's video suggestion with Arrogant Luke #2: https://www…
 
We went nuts for Hazel this week. She was Scrooge in a backwards Christmas Carol where the victims were haunted by the perpetrator: • Tiny Tom • Poor pregnant Natasha • A feisty but fallible Fallon ( Sorry Matthew ) • Eddie and Ed fought back a little bit Keri's Latvian Piragi recipe: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1V1ayD-oAVB4vWFHMldW85USTuoVI…
 
Episode 300 and the song "Strange Apples" In this episode we celebrate the 300th episode of Cider Chat and release a new cider song titled Strange Apples! This song is one part poking fun at ourselves as cidermakers and enthusiasts for all things cider. I began writing this song one night while sitting along on a sailboat in the Santa Cruz Harbor i…
 
There's a knock at your door. Drop your Mic to the floor. It's Ocado. It's Ocado. Either side of Keri's weekly lamb delivery we chatted about: Chelsea makes a breakthrough with Blake Mia wrestles with her conscience Linda auditions donkeys Please can Eddie be more like the Eddie we know and love Email us at: hello@thecidershed.com Find us on Twitte…
 
The Boomers of America's Cider Trade Hudson Valley Farmhouse Cider founder Elizabeth Ryan tells the back story of key legislation that reduce taxes for US cidermakers in the 1990's. Though she may consider herself to be mentored by others, Elizabeth and her fellow cohorts of the day were giants before their time. [caption id="attachment_6714" align…
 
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