Originally Posted by Yooper
No. I mean, sure, take it out of the fridge. But it'll warm up just fine at room temperature. You want it above 55 or so when you add your yeast, because putting yeast into ice cold juice won't make them happy. But once it's above 55 degrees or so, it's fine.
I think I may have pitched the with the juice a little cold....
How can I get them to start up again?
I put a heating pad under the carboy but I have no activity yet....
I get maybe one bubble in the airlock every 15 or 20 seconds...
The first (& only) time I made cider I warmed the juice to what felt like 72°, used EC1118 and
BLAAAW! Like a bomb when off! Foam was blowing outta the airlock!
But now I have almost no action?