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Hard apple cider 

Hard Cider Makes a Comeback

From: Guy Hand
Series: Northwest Food News & Edible Idaho
Length: 04:00

Hard apple cider, once nearly forgotten, is enjoying a national comeback. In the Northwest, Washington and Oregon are becoming big producers. Idaho could be. Read the full description.

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very good piece

very nice piece. we aired it last week on food for thought on klcc. thanks guy

Broadcast History

Aired on Boise State Public Radio 01/14/11

Transcript

Hard Cider
Edible Idaho Feature: 0114GH_HardCider.wav Feature 4:00 01/14/11 GH/
[HOST INTRO] I’m Guy Hand and this is Edible Idaho, celebrating 2011: The Year of Idaho Food.. (3:49 to soc out; ambient sound to 4:00)
[HOST OUTRO] For more on this story or to listen to past Edible Idaho programs, go to radio.boisestate.edu/edibleidaho.
[SCRIPT]
(Cork popping, pouring sounds) Hand: Hard apple cider, once nearly forgotten, is enjoying a national comeback. In the Northwest, Washington and Oregon are becoming big producers. Idaho could be.
Oates: I love the sweet and dryness of this one . . .
That’s Chris Oates of Brewforia Beer Market in Meridian.
Oates: It goes sweet and then finishes very, very dry, especially on the top of your palate.
Hand: Chris Oates and Brewforia owner Rick Boyd have invited me to a little introductory cider tasting. Rick Boyd:
Boyd: There’s also a a tartn...
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Intro and Outro

INTRO:

Hard apple cider, once nearly forgotten, is enjoying a national comeback. In the Northwest, Washington and Oregon are becoming big producers. Idaho could be.

OUTRO:

For more on this story or to listen to past Edible Idaho programs, go to nwfoodnews.com.

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http://www.nwfoodnews.com/2011/01/14/4437/