I've read enough about the history, etc. of Applejack that I've got to give it a shot with a small batch. I live in an apartment, with a pretty small freezer. Anyone have any suggestions on how to efficiently freeze separate the cider?
I was thinking about bottling into a used (clean) milk jug and throwing it into the freezer, then cutting off the jug and setting the ice block in a colander over a bowl in the freezer.
Please, PLEASE, don't hijack this thread with legal issues or the effects of fusel alcohols. I'm really just looking for procedural advice--not legal or medical. Though I'd also be interested to hear any tried and true pre-seperation recipes and thoughts on aging the apple jack.