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Welcome to Cider Sessions on Beer Sessions Radio!. Recorded on-site at Jimmy's No 43 a few months ago, this episode features an in-depth discussion on cider and some on-air tastings. Tune in and learn all about cider and the process it takes to make it. Find out why all apples aren't cider apples and why ugly banged up apples are sometimes the best for cider making. From the orchard to the glass - get the full scoop on all things cider. Hear from Eleanor Leger of Eden Ice Cider, John Holl, author of "Tasting Cider", Kevin Heald, owner of Malt Shop and Dan Kochakian of Ale Street News. This program was brought to you by GreatBrewers.com

"If you're a grower in the United States, the best value you can get for your fruit is to sell it to the grocery store. This is makes it tough for cider makers." [04:00]

--Eleanor Leger on Beer Sessions Radio

"People who make cider are farmers. They're not like brewers who are more like chefs. It's the complete opposite. " [06:00]

"The cider industry is just starting to hit its stride." [37:00]

--John Holl on Beer Sessions Radio

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This week's guest on In the Drink is John Glaser, the founder and whiskymaker of Compass Box, a boutique Scotch whisky company widely recognised as the industry’s leading innovator. Formerly a Johnnie Walker Global Marketing Director, John also spent several years in the wine industry in both America and France. Scotch whisky is a passion for John. In 2000, this passion led him to leave Johnnie Walker and start Compass Box from the kitchen of his west London home.

His idea was simple: create whiskies of unassailable high quality in a style that is more in line with the tastes of today. From the beginning, his vision has been to create one of Scotland's finest and most exciting whisky companies, re-establishing the standards for quality and style in the industry. Compass Box has won the “Innovator of the Year Award” four times from Whisky Magazine, an unprecedented feat, and the “Pioneer of the Year Award” twice from the Malt Advocate.

Compass Box whiskies have been awarded over 60 medals and prizes in its short history. John, an American, has lived in London since 1998. He resides with his wife and two young boys in Kew, on the Thames River.

"The world needs small spirit companies with real people behind them and real sincerity." [10:00]

"Age does not necessarily mean quality [in scotch]." [17:00]

--John Glaser on In the Drink

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With Cinco de Mayo on the horizon, Native host Briana Kurtz has Master Distiller of T1 Tequila, Germán González, on the line! Discussing the differences between the American observance of the holiday and the day's meaning in Mexico, Germán shares that he thinks it's great that Americans embrace the day because it is a way to see history from another perspective. His family is deeply embedded in Mexico's history, whether it’s bravely fighting for the Mexican people in the War of Reform, or participating in the French Intervention (aka Cinco de Mayo), the Gonzalez family is steeped in the Chinaco tradition of leadership, with his great grandfather having been the President of Mexico from 1880-1884. Taking note from his father who launched one of the first tequilas imported into the USA, he studied the distilling craft intensely before founding T1 Tequila. Tune in as he and Briana discuss the significant spirit, complete with insider details on the product and how to best enjoy a margarita! This program was brought to you by The International Culinary Center.

"The goal is to get the single malt whisky drinkers, cognac drinkers, to get them to taste this product because we believe it is on a higher level. We're raising the bar of the tequila quality." [16:50]

--Germán González on Native


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