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Old 10-13-2013, 06:36 AM   #71
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I gave up on my clone, I like the way my recipe turned out better than AO. Now i just need to work on kegging damn keg started to leak after a month...
Was your recipe closer to the Ginger or the Crisp? I'd like to try and make a clone, but I don't want to end up with apple flavored Vernors
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Old 01-21-2014, 03:25 PM   #72
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Ingredients:
1 Sodastream Home Soda Maker
2: 1.5 Liter Glass Bottle Martinelli's Cider
2 Cups Wholesome Sweeteners Sugar
1 Size 7 Stopper
1 Airlock
1 Packet Rapunzel Rize Organic Yeast
Couple Oz Clear Drinking Liquor (Vodka).
Large Two Gallon Bowl
Food Safe Siphon Tubing

Directions: Open one glass jug and off 1.5 cups cider, add sugar to bottle; add yeast, reattach lid and shake until all sugar dissolved. Place sanitized rubber stopper and sanitized airlock then add vodka to airlock up to fill line. Let ferment for two to three weeks around 70-80*F or until all the yeast has settled to the bottom. Siphon off the hard apple wine from the yeast on the bottom and refrigerate the apple wine and let yeast settle out for another couple days to a week then open up the second bottle of Martinelli's and combine it with equal parts of fresh cider. Carbonate the chilled mixture in a small soda-stream bottle and then carbonate it by letting the pressure valve go off when carbonating and then waiting a minute until carbonated five bursts. Let the pressure go very slowly as to not let it fizz into the system, stopping if it starts to fizz up too much until the pressure is equalized. Tastes almost like the real deal! More like a Martinelli's sparkling hard crisp cider.

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Old 06-05-2014, 02:51 AM   #73
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Working on Version 2 as I type. Version 1 was close to Angry Orchard Crisp, but I can do better. Will post a recipe when I have the clone.
Did you get it?
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Old 06-05-2014, 07:07 PM   #74
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I like Magners and Strongbow also.
Don't say that to loudly, depending on your location. This was taken in a cider bar in London last month.
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Old 06-05-2014, 07:20 PM   #75
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My brew that's in secondary now was done with this,

4 gallons with apple cider
1.5 water
1lb brown sugar
8oz maple syrup
Yeast (can't remember which one)...

But now that it's in secondary I'm debating on throwing some ginger bc I really like the angry orchard ginger cider

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Old 06-12-2014, 10:13 PM   #76
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Swmbo used to like angry orchard till i learned how to homebrew ciders and cysers between mead and beer batches..now she wont let me buy store baught adult beverages..if I want it I have to make it..

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Old 06-14-2014, 06:32 PM   #77
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What are your favorite recipes? Any tips on what I'm doing now. It's still in secondary so far

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Old 06-14-2014, 07:55 PM   #78
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I havent been brewing long enough to have a favorite..I have a six one gallon ciders and cysers brewing together with different yeasts and spice combinations..I also have five gallons of irish red ale in the secondary..I also have a hard strawberry limeade I based off the skeeter pee recipe bottle conditioning..
Now im taking a quick break to upgrade my brew kit..I just built a diy wort chiller and I need to invest another $200 or so it making a fermentation chamber.
Hopefully I can get it made soon..im looking forward to brewing my friends pumpkin ale recipe..he gave me a few bottles to sample and I fell in love with it....best advice I received was to go meet people in the hobby..I've already had a few invites to go to my lhbs when their homebrew clubs meet and bring some of my brews to trade tastes with..

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Old 08-21-2014, 09:56 AM   #79
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My brew that's in secondary now was done with this,

4 gallons with apple cider
1.5 water
1lb brown sugar
8oz maple syrup
Yeast (can't remember which one)...

But now that it's in secondary I'm debating on throwing some ginger bc I really like the angry orchard ginger cider
I kegged this way too soon (near 6 weeks) it was really good but not sweet. So I added 7 cans of frozen apple juice concentrate and it is pretty much amazing (to me) now.
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Old 09-07-2014, 08:30 AM   #80
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I enjoyed Angry Orchard until I drank Stella Artois. But it's so damned expensive. then I discovered http://www.smithandforgehardcider.com/ and I'm a convert. If I can produce a product similar to this, I'll never by retail again. Just started a couple carboys of cider in the last few weeks. These are my first ever.

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