As American as Apple . . . Cider

October is the perfect time to explore American-made ciders and celebrate the country’s return to its roots as a cider drinking nation

Glasses full of cider being clinked together
Celebrating America’s return to its cider drinking roots. Photo by Giovanna Gomes on Unsplash

There’s a reason we use the expression “as American as apple pie” instead of cherry pie or pecan pie: Americans love apples. We love them so much that we eat more apples than any other fruit, according to USApple, an industry association representing more than 5,000 apple…

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Colleen Sehy

Writer, traveler & Anglophile (www.colleensehy.com). Author of “Finding Shakespeare in America” (2020) and Eating British in America columnist at Anglotopia.net