Monthly Archives: July 2017

Apple Preserves


Wild Malus sieversii apple.

Some cider-related preservation news.

The millennia-old wild ancestor of most modern apples is still with us, in the apple’s home country of Kazakhstan. Although it’s survived this long, it is currently in danger of becoming extinct.

The National Trust for Historic Preservation has recently recognized Blue Bee Cider for their adaptive reuse of the Richmond city stables, built in 1940, as their new cidery.


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