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PETE BROWN writes the UK's leading beer blog (www.petebrown.blogspot.com) and was named 2009's and 2012's Beer Writer of the Year. He has previously written four books that have sold more than 50,000 copies between them, Man Walks into a Pub, Three Sheets to the Wind, Hops and Glory and Shakespeare's Local. He appears regularly on TV, radio and in print and currently writes two regular columns in brewing and pub trade magazines in the UK and the US. BILL BRADSHAW (www.billbradshaw.co.uk), described by Brown as a London hipster and a gentleman farmer', is a freelance photographer who has been documenting cider for the last seven years as an ongoing personal project. His cider images are on permanent display at the Hereford Cider Museum and he has been published internationally in various magazines including the prestigious Spanish magazine LA SIDRA. His images and travels are documented on his blog: http:iamcider.blogspot.com.
'The World's Best Cider is a brilliant and thorough guide to this misunderstood drink. For afficionados, and beginners alike it's exactly what's needed, as despite a lot of detail its refreshingly 'everyman' the writing being heart-warming and as full of fizz the drinks inside. This book should be printed in map form so you can take it in your car or suitcase to whichever country holds the promise of this magic beverage. The wonderful photos fill the book with a sense of history and missing teeth while adding a lot to a real feeling of accessibility which spill out of these pages. Buy it!' Valentine Warner 'A book to enthuse amateur and expert alike' Food & Travel 'Written with wit, knowledge and passion. You might even go as far as to describe Brown and Bradshaw as the Johnson and Robinson of Cider' The Guardian