Got an idea of one of these posts for 6 gallons of some cheap apple cider.
Add a couple of pounds of sugar. I know last time I used a cider liquid yeast. But I dont have that available right now.
I have an extra pack (yellow) of dry muntons yeast. Ive never used dry yeast before but am assuming this will work in a cider.
What do you think?
Totally. I've always used dry yeast and I've rarely had any problems.
I never met a homebrew I didn't like.
I've always used nottingham or salale.
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I used Muntons dry yeast for my cider. It fermented just fine, and i just kegged it after about a month. It is real dry, and doesn't really taste great now, but I'm hoping time will help it out.