Blogger: William L. Lyon ’81

William L. Lyon ’81
William L. Lyon ’81
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Traditional cider — the kind made from 100 percent fermented apple juice, as it has been for hundreds of years — was Colonial America’s most popular drink, according to Cider Snob Notes, where Lyon, who co-owns an apple orchard in Washington state, shares news about cider, with the occasional cider-related poem thrown in. “Cider is just as interesting and complex as beer and wine — if not more.”