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Old 10-17-2011, 05:17 PM   #1
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Went to the local scratch and dent food store to see if I could score a few boxes of apples to try to juice with my Lalanne juicer. Couldn't find a deal on any but as I was walking out I found a few pallets of this cider that I usually buy for making cider. This stuff is usally 8-9 bucks a gallon and I got it for 1.99/gal. My wife loves some cider so I loaded up about 30 gallons worth and headed home.


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Bout to run out of fermenters here but luckily i found a carboy cap to fit over an old sankey. Should be good here in a few months. This will definately help with keeping plenty in reserve for aging.

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Old 10-19-2011, 02:48 PM   #2
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Everything seems to be fermenting great. The batch with the cote de blanc yeast has a seriously bad case of the rhino farts but that is starting to calm down now.

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