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Old 07-02-2013, 11:41 PM   #131
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This is my new weekend project lol. I'll let everyone know how it goes

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Old 07-03-2013, 11:13 PM   #132
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This is my new weekend project lol. I'll let everyone know how it goes
You won't regret it. Enjoying some now!

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Old 07-04-2013, 11:40 AM   #133
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Day 3 in the bottles...I'll give them a bath after work.

Taking some of these (along with many Homebrew beer) to a 3 day outdoor music fest this weekend

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Old 07-04-2013, 07:03 PM   #134
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Put 190f water in with bottles into a cooler...settled at 145f...let it sit at 145f for 20 min...am I good? Yeast dead?

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Old 07-04-2013, 08:04 PM   #135
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Sounds legit.

Wonder if this is the same effect as just running them through the dishwasher.

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I was wondering the same thing...on the Santi rinse cycle

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I've heard of people using the rinse cycle before. One account I read was a horror story that involved the dishwasher not getting hot enough and bottle bombs resulted! My preference is to just use the method prescribed in the cider forum just to be sure. Maybe a belt and suspenders approach though.

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I've heard of people using the rinse cycle before. One account I read was a horror story that involved the dishwasher not getting hot enough and bottle bombs resulted! My preference is to just use the method prescribed in the cider forum just to be sure. Maybe a belt and suspenders approach though.
Yikes.

Of course I would maintain the use of a couple plastic bottles to gauge the pressure.

My dishwasher has a "sanitary" cycle on it - bet that just means "super hot bottle pasteurization". Next batch will be carbed. Will of course provide an update whenever that happens.
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I saw this question asked.. but did not see an answer.

Can you do this with raseberry-lemonaid? Just get the raseberrie-lemonaid conentrate can instead?

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Can you do this with raseberry-lemonaid? Just get the raseberrie-lemonaid conentrate can instead?
I don't see why not. Just make sure your OG is where you want it. You might have to adjust the amount of DME you use depending on the sugar content.
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