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Old 02-17-2014, 01:35 AM   #11
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Well, I want a dry cider, and when I put it into the secondary it was a touch under 1.000, so I should be okay.

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Yep. you will be fine. Just prime as normal and bottle.

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Bottle bombs seem to be a much bigger concern with cider than in beer brewing. Why is that?

I am about ready to bottle my first one gallon batch of cider and I would like to get some carbonation. My plan was to add about three tablespoons of corn sugar and then bottle away. Just how worried about bottle bombs should I be?
I see an issue with this, either prime the batch or if you want to prime individual bottles use a fine scale, using about 3 tablespoons will lead to over/under carbed bottles.
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