We were happy to see some images of the Sea Cider staff and ciderhouse making the pages of the Globe and Mail’s Food & Wine Trends.
The article, which was written by Lee Marshall and photographed by Chad Hipolito, talks about the growth of Craft Cider category in Canada. Without diving too deep into the different styles of cider, the article provides a nice snapshot of the different types of cider being produced in Canada.
Reading further, we’ve noticed that the comments on the article raise some interesting questions. Notably, what makes a cider a ‘craft cider’ ? And, is a cider made with anything other than apples still a cider?
What do you think?
Read the full article, here.