Cider is making a major comeback in popularity but Real Cider is still difficult to find. The aim of this guide is to help you find one of Britain's oldest, tastiest and most fascinating drinks. Cider has been made in Britain since before Roman times. But most cider you find in pubs today has been pasteurised with carbon dioxide added. The resulting drink bears little resemblance to the full-flavored taste of traditional Real Cider.
This book lists more than 2000 pubs selling the real stuff plus many farmhouse producers from all over the country, many of whom will sell you cider -- and its equally drinkable cousin, perry -- if you bring a container. Some will even sell a container!