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Neutral Cider Hotel

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Neutral Cider Hotel

Gabe Cook, Grant Hutchison and Martyn Goodwin-Sharman

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Join hosts Gabe Cook (Cider expert, author), Grant Hutchison (Frightened Rabbit drummer, Cider distributor) and Martyn Goodwin-Sharman (Cider writer) on their weekly podcast where they engage in boisterous discussions on cider, music and life. They’ll keep you up-to-date on the latest news and trends happening in the cider industry and chat with fascinating people from the worlds of cider, music, entertainment, journalism and more. They’ll also sample new and interesting ciders and give you ...
 
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Cider Chat

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Cider Chat

Ria Windcaller: Award winning Cidermaker | Craft Libations Columnist | Podc

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Interviewing cidermakers importers, orchardists, foodies, farmers and cider enthusiasts around the world. Let’s delve into the semantics of cider…or is it hard cider, cidre, sidra or fermented apple juice? The truth is out there in Ciderville and we are going to find it. We toast in celebration of cider; As a libation, a gift from the gods, a taste of terroir, and a hard pressed good time. Ready to quench your thirst? Grab a glass and join this chat! See you in Ciderville!
 
This podcast brings together Brewery & Cidery owner Dietrich Gehring, Brewer Scott Veltman, Cider Maker Alex Gill, and WEQX superstar Jeff Mo'rad as they explore growing hops, farming culture, brewing beer, making cider, and drinking all the delicious beverages from ILFCB. Producer: Ian Carlton Music & Editing by Troy Pohl - Instagram @troy.pohl
 
Northwest Wine Radio is a weekly, hour-long show featuring interviews with those part of the local wine industry. Winemakers, industry reps, chefs with great food pairings and recipe ideas — all these people telling the stories behind the bottle. We’ll also introduce you to the brewers, distillers, and cider makers of the region in this light-hearted show that makes wine and other craft beverages more approachable and fun!
 
Welcome to the new start-up cider podcast! Hi! I’m Jenn. And along with my husband Alex I run a small hard cider company just south of San Francisco. I want to take you through my journey of starting South City Ciderworks and delve deep into the details of creating a product, building a market, and educating consumers about cider. But it’s not just my story of being a woman in this male-dominated industry that I want to tell. You’ll hear from other ladies in the biz as well!I know there are ...
 
A weekly podcast where 3 video game world record setters review a beer or cider, gain RLXP™, talk about games we've played & recommend podcasts. New listener? Start with our newest episodes. Send us a message : 1-9167-WILLIE Email: grandrapidiansplayvideogames@gmail.com Find us on patreon - https://www.patreon.com/grandrapidiansplayvideogames Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/grandrapidians/support
 
Behind your favorite niche health + wellness meme page... meet Kate Glavan and Emma Roepke. We are two best friends who talk about the gut microbiome, supplements, magnesium, and dessert potatoes. In Gen-Z fashion, we started a meme page to break through the picture-perfect, aesthetic BS in wellness culture. Join the sea moss girlies today to learn about subjects like omega 3-fatty acids, apple cider vinegar, keto, oatmeal toppings, silly little walks, ashwagandha, and more. instagram.com/se ...
 
A podcast from two Christian guys trying to work out what all the Church stuff means. If it means anything much. The Messy Pew podcast is about drinking beer (or cider if you're gluten free), parenthood, geekery, and looking at the Christian faith, with more questions then answers. Andy might not be as funny as he thinks. He's sorry about that.
 
Grab a drink and get comfy! It's time to tune in to Tipsy Talkin'! This show is a place to wind down and listen to discussions about a range of different topics. Whether we talk about how one could organize their life a little better or the latest blockbusters to hit the screens, you can bet that you'll be engaged. We are all about exploring different perspectives and learning about the different ways people think all while having a good time! Throughout our discussions we will take some tim ...
 
Meet Colleen and Talia. A certified 'curd nerd' Colleen loves her cheese and hosting cheese tasting experiences with her company Behind The Rind. Even from a young age, Talia knew there had to be something better than a red delicious out there. Since founding Haykin Family Cider with her husband in 2017, they have been focusing on the stories behind the apples and making single varietal ciders. Pour yourself a glass of cider, prep a cheese plate, and enjoy Colleen and Talia’s adventures in t ...
 
The Campaign for Real Ale's podcast Pubs. Pints. People. brings you interesting stories about the world of beer, cider and pubs. Join our hosts as they sit down with special guests from the world of beer and learn about beer writing, brewing jobs, cider making and more. Season 5 will return in April 2022 as the podcast goes on tour around the country with a new episode airing on the first Wednesday of each month from April to September. Make sure to tune in! CAMRA is a not-for-profit consume ...
 
Cider Chat Live is a "mini-me" of the weekly podcast Cider Chat - Expect all new, unscripted content from road trips out & about in Ciderville. Come Along and Bring Your Glass and Join this Chat! And also subscribe to Cider Chat - the mother all of cider podcasts with over 120+ episodes with maker, cider enthusiasts and folks in the cider trade around the world.
 
Common Cider is the leading cider company producing the most delicious and tasty dry hard ciders in six different flavors. These ciders are perfect to make any day special. You can intake them anytime and anywhere to have feeling of enjoyment. To shop dry hard ciders or to know their different flavors simply, visit: https://www.commoncider.com/our-ciders/
 
The perfect podcast for English learners who can't be bothered to study and do their homework, but still want to practise their English. Come and chill with me, Emma, from the channels Pronunciation with Emma and Procrastination with Emma, while I talk about various topics to expose you to natural English, just as if you were sitting in the pub with me with a nice cold cider.
 
Join Christopher Walkin', Marci Roxx, and Juuuuuustin Cider, as do our best to expose the world to the thriving Rock scene of Washington state, five songs at a time! Subscribe to the podcast, and share it with all your rock loving friends! Please hit us up with artists suggestions, your love and/or your criticism, by sending us an email to ThisWeekInSeattleRock@gmail.com.
 
A young adult whodunit with a choose-your-own-adventure twist from audio drama creator Lauren Shippen. It’s the fall of 1997 in Hastings, New Hampshire and autumn is the time of year this small town shines. Apple cider, pumpkin patches, farmer’s markets...its idyllic New England. Picturesque, plaid-filled, and, for fifteen-year-old, Maxine Miles, plodding. Suddenly, Max’s school year starts to look a bit more interesting when a fellow student vanishes. With the help of her misanthropic class ...
 
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Shmanners

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Shmanners

Travis and Teresa McElroy

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Join husband Travis McElroy and wife Teresa McElroy every Friday and they'll improve your etiquette week by week! Perplexed by thank you notes? Baffled by black tie? Dismayed by dinner parties? Worry no more, Shmanners has your answers!
 
Common Cider is an America’s leading cider company provides top rated ciders in six different flavors. These ciders are made using superior processes and fresh fruits. If you are cider lover and really want to have some delicious ciders then make sure you try top rated ciders by Common Cider. Get more information by visiting at: https://www.commoncider.com/our-story/
 
The People's Scientist is a weekly podcast covering the latest scientific findings on Neuroscience, Physiology, and Nutrition. I, your host, Dr. Stephanie Caligiuri, hold a Bachelor and Master degree in Nutritional Science, a PhD in Physiology, and Fellowship in Behavioral Neuroscience. I am currently a Scientist (Research Fellow) at Mount Sinai Hospital in NYC. Every week, I will provide you scientific evidence on important topics pertaining to our brain, body, and nutrition. In the past I ...
 
Cider review podcast on iTunes, where two like minded guys set the cider world to rights in a discussion of all things cider related. Damian hails from Tasmania and now resides in Seattle, where he struggles to get his cider fix. He will leave no stone unturned in his quest to discover a hidden gem. Rob hails from Bristol in the West Country, UK. Born and raised in cider country he regularly enjoys the local spoils Somerset has to offer, and rubs Damians nose in it... Twitter: @ThemApplesShow
 
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Outside/In

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Outside/In

New Hampshire Public Radio

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A show about the natural world and how we use it. We explore science, energy, environmentalism, and reflections on how we think about and depict nature, and always leave time for plenty of goofing off. Outside/In is a production of New Hampshire Public Radio. Learn more at outsideinradio.org
 
What can Marxism teach us about marketing? Is Communist thinking relevant when applied to a modern drink’s marketing strategy? The successful sale of white cider to people from poorer economic demographics has not gone unnoticed and many social commentators have criticised the manner in which the drink has been marketed. In a Capitalist system, should we expect all market opportunities to be exploited regardless of moral implications? What conclusions can be drawn when we apply Neo-Marxist t ...
 
Wine lover? Craft beer fan? Drink whisky, bourbon, cognac or rum? Or maybe it's gin or vodka or mezcal you're into? Based in Australia, but globally minded, Drinks Adventures is an entertaining podcast covering the whole world of fine drinks: Japanese sake, cider, tequila, champagne, cocktails... we could go on! Listen in as host James Atkinson interviews some of the world's biggest names in craft brewing, winemaking and distilling, along with sommeliers, bartenders, mixologists, sake samura ...
 
What can Marxism teach us about marketing? Is Communist thinking relevant when applied to a modern drink’s marketing strategy? The successful sale of white cider to people from poorer economic demographics has not gone unnoticed and many social commentators have criticised the manner in which the drink has been marketed. In a Capitalist system, should we expect all market opportunities to be exploited regardless of moral implications? What conclusions can be drawn when we apply Neo-Marxist t ...
 
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Diet Science

Dee and Michael McCaffrey

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Diet Science is a fun 7 to 8 minute weekly program with insights and straight scoops on today's health and diet issues from Dee McCaffrey, CDC. Dee is an Organic Chemist who lost 100 pounds, nearly half her body weight, and has kept it off for 20 years by staying away from processed foods. She's the author of The Science of Skinny, released by Perseus June 2012, and The Science of Skinny Cookbook, which was released December 2014.
 
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The apple orchard has been in the family for five generations and that love and legacy shows through in the great cider that they make. For this episode, Andrea from Far West Cider over in Richmond, CA joins me to chat about growing up on the family farm, her journey into cider, and what they’re doing to innovate and keep things interesting with th…
 
Come one, come all. No, not you, Tony. While Peter was away at bootcamp, Keri and Matthew had a series of happy accidents. Down from the shelves came: Real Jills eat (niche) quiches. Fallon's creamy field of dreams. If you build it, they will fight. Tony can only come when Pat allows him. And poor Lee has to umpire. The great rep-deception. Is Jazz…
 
Bretagne's Domaine Jouny In 1997 Arnaud Jouny was a professional bee keeper. In 2014 he built the current building where he both makes cidre and poire and also distills. He also makes a local product known as Chochen. All products made at Domaine Jouny are grown or raisded (bees) using organic practices. Arnaud Jouny holding Eau de Vie Poire What i…
 
This episode features Amy Manoff and Ellie Brehme of Manoff Market Cidery. We had such a fantastic tour of the orchard and farm. Amy gave us so much insight into the earth to market to bottle concept that they have designed. Their 37 acres feels more like a budding garden estate. Gary and Amy graduated college in 1983. The proceeded to explore the …
 
Join hosts Gabe Cook, Martyn Goodwin-Sharman, Grant Hutchison and Producer Scott as as they do a deep dive on Star Wars in the Neutral Cider Hotel! Grant Hutchison is back on the podcast explaining why he missed the previous episode’s recording. Gabe lets the guys know that he’s recently won CAMRA’s Campaigner of the Year Award and we’re all so pro…
 
Food waste advocates are welcoming plans to kick food scraps to the kerb and save them from landfill. The government wants roll out kerbside collection of food waste for most urban households by 2030, as part of its Emissions Reduction Plan. The plan also includes more investment in waste infrastructure like composting, and helping businesses to re…
 
The Mental Health Foundation is welcoming $100 million more over four years for mental health and addiction services, but says a major part of the government's plan is still missing. The bulk of the money is to expand Mana Ake the school based mental health programme that gives children the skills and support to deal with challenging things like bu…
 
An e-car leasing trial is gearing up to provide low income families with hybrid vehicles. The government yesterday announced $20 million for a low-emissions vehicle leasing scheme for low-income families. But charitable foundation Akina is pulling ahead with its own pilot. Chief executive Nicola Nation says it'll be launched next week.…
 
Auckland's biggest supplier of sand for concrete is appealing a decision to stop taking it from Pakiri Beach. McCallum Bros has been sucking up sand from three different depths, but Auckland Council's decided the risks are too high for it to keep extracting from the 'far shore' section of the coast. Industry reps say it could lead to a shortage of …
 
It's potentially the biggest investment of your life - buying a house - so how do you know the real estate agent you're dealing with passes the sniff test. Well the Real Estate Authority is working on new guidelines for what makes a 'fit and proper' agent - and they're asking for your views. In the past year the Authority saw its highest ever numbe…
 
Auckland drivers believe government's clean car upgrade subsidy still won't be enough to get low income earners into Aquas, Priuses and Leafs. The government says it'll stump up for those willing to send their old gas guzzlers to the scrap heap, but there's no detail yet on how much they'll fork out. In the meantime, we sent reporter Nick Truebridg…
 
The government's promising to take some of the pressure off child and adolescent mental health services as part of a $100m Budget 2022 spend over four years. It includes $27m for community-based crisis services including home based respite and community crisis teams to help get people out of hospitals. Almost $19m is for specialist child and adoles…
 
Hospital care is on the move for potentially thousands of people in Hutt Valley - as the hospital's main building prepares to close. It's been deemed an earthquake risk. It houses critical services like maternity, the children's ward, coronary care and the special care unit for newborns - all of which is now under review. Services will now need to …
 
In today's episode, Kate and Emma interview Lopa van der Mersch — Founder & CEO of Rasa. We talk with Lopa about her personal health journey and how she created the adaptogen-packed herbal coffee alternative known as Rasa. Lopa shares with us the way she finds energy in her daily routines, speaks about Ayurveda + herbalism, then shares what she lov…
 
"Are we Abel to be called Aotearoa now?" Is the catch cry for renowned Aotearoa artist Hori's mission touring the country to confront the resistance but also promoting the country's name change from New Zealand. The tour labelled "Horis Pledge" as a play on Hobson's Pledge - is about acknowledging the history of Aotearoa, matauranga Māori and givin…
 
Food waste collection services could soon be coming to your neighbourhood. The government plans to roll out kerbside collection of food scraps for most urban households by 2030, as part of its Emissions Reduction Plan. Also on the table - more investment in waste infrastructure like composting, and a requirement for all municipal landfills to have …
 
The professional fire fighters union are pushing for industrial action as it says staffing in Auckland has reached crisis point. The union said over the weekend there were 23 gaps in firefighter coverage, including 5 fire trucks out of commission due to no staff and several more short-staffed. It said Fire and Emergency have failed to hire enough c…
 
The government has made more pre-budget promises - this time committing $100m to specialist mental health and addiction services. The money will cover community based crisis services, enhance existing specialist child and adolescent mental health and a $10-million dollar boost to workforce development. Māni Dunlop spoke to the Health Minister Andre…
 
Financial Planner Liz Koh says a common mistake people make in retirement, if they have a nest egg, is that they underspend. They die with more money in the bank than they intended to leave, or they live in poverty in order to preserve their investment capital. She says there is no need to feel guilty or anxious about spending retirement capital an…
 
Milf city 80 Beyblade get no babes laid Nut milkworld record shitDid you see that matter baby that was on your car?Evolution people are going to keep getting hotterA chub of bologna News sources calling people Karen. Karen’s are upsetI know someone who got possessed by an owl. Yeah they were crazy yeah you guys know Em tooS’derryl Sterile Gentleman…
 
A just-released report has found the Covid-19 pandemic could lead to growing inequalities, spanning beyond the health sector to all parts of society, unless countries cooperate more. Casting out over the next five years, the International Science Council report forcasts deepening global inequalities and the possible collapse of some health systems.…
 
When Dr Michael Sampson embarked on a Fulbright Scholarship late last year he was expecting to continue the research and teaching he's devoted his life to. Instead his time in Ukraine was cut short by the Russian invasion and he was forced to flee to Poland. In addition to an academic career - most recently as the Dean of the School of Education at…
 
Kathryn speaks with Climate Commission Chair, Dr Rod Carr about the government's first Emissions Reduction Plan released yesterday. The plan is the government's response to the Climate Change Commission's roadmap for how to get New Zealand to net-zero emissions by 2050, through a series of carbon emission budgets between now and 2035.…
 
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