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Homemade cider takes the leading role in Infiesto

The House of Culture hosted a workshop on the making of the traditional beverage.

LA SIDRA.- Piloña hosted yesterday a workshop about the making of cider and by-products organized by the local Homemade Cider Association.

In it, topics like conditioning were discussed, a main issue involved in cider fermentation which can vary due to the special weather conditions in Asturias in the last years.

The workshop also focused on the different cider by-products that can be made, such as ice cider, sparkling cider and liqueurs, with simple and low-cost tecniques.

In this session, women cidermakers claimed their role in the cider world: “It is important to widen our formation, till now women have not had significance in this world”, attendants to the homemade cidermaking course pointed out.

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Born in Xixón, Asturies, in 1973, I studied English Philology at the Universities of Oviedo and Bradford (UK). I've worked as an English teacher, guide, interpreter and translator. I'm very keen on cider and good cuisine. Follow me on the website

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