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Andy Brennan. "Uncultivated: Wild Apples, Real Cider and the Complicated Art of Making A Living"

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"Brennan is deeply anti-capitalist and endeavors to work with the land and the trees in a way that is respectful and sustainable, actively rejecting the conventional wisdom of entrepreneurship focused on continual growth. The book is written in a conversational style and readers will get to know the author’s personality easily."  


 

“Andy Brennan is a stubborn, thoughtful original, and his apple memoir is powered by inspiring verve and irreverence. Loving apples or cider is not a prerequisite for loving this book. All that is needed is the willingness to follow a vibrant narrative voice driven by the pursuit of dreams.”―Alice Feiring, author of Naked Wine and For the Love of Wine


 

“Andy Brennan’s new book Uncultivated is smart, wise, raw, generous, unapologetic, and poetic. As delicious to drink in and as profound as the unique and artful ciders he makes.”―Deirdre Heekin, vintner, La Garagista Winery; author of An Unlikely Vineyard

 

Andy Brennan owns Aaron Burr Cider in New York’s Catskills region. His career started as a freelance artist, working in the fields of photography, design, and architecture. Since its founding in 2011, Aaron Burr Cider has become well known among cider enthusiasts for its natural approach to cider making, using wild apples and yeasts. As a prominent figure in the growing US cider movement, Andy has been featured in print media and on television, radio, and podcasts. He regularly speaks about natural apple growing and cider production at museums, trade events, festivals, restaurants, and anywhere local food enthusiasts are found.

Event Date: 
Sunday, September 15, 2019 - 3:00pm
Address: 
29 Tinker Street
Woodstock, NY 12498
Books: 
Uncultivated: Wild Apples, Real Cider, and the Complicated Art of Making a Living Cover Image
$24.95
ISBN: 9781603588447
Availability: Usually Ships in 1-5 Days
Published: Chelsea Green Publishing Company - June 17th, 2019