Last Activity:11-27-2015 4:24 PM
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Posted in thread: Noob question about primary jugs on 11-27-2015 at 06:14 PM
Buy cheap wine in a big green glass jug
Posted in thread: Cranberry cider on 11-27-2015 at 02:20 PM
Very nice. I've made mine three years now. Use chopped craisins in the primary. It's never
cleared. Tastes so good.
Posted in thread: Noob question about primary jugs on 11-26-2015 at 09:02 PM
I sat art in plastic pails and move to glass jugs. No prob.
Posted in thread: Show us your cider in a photo!!! on 11-26-2015 at 05:01 PM
Plain cider made from juice from a local orchard, fermented with Cote des Blanc, primed to
1.012 with frozen concentrate. It's fizzy!Looks fabulous. I like simple just juice recipes. If
you do it righ...
Posted in thread: Lots of sugar before bottling on 11-26-2015 at 01:37 PM
Just open one and pour it in a plastic bottle?That's it but if you do it now the timing will be
off cuz you capped glass days ago. It's a side by side kinda thing. Same time, same temp, same
Posted in thread: Lots of sugar before bottling on 11-26-2015 at 02:31 AM
You should bottle one in a plastic soda bottle. Then you can squeeze it. When it's hard you
need to Pasteurize.
Posted in thread: Show Us Your Label on 11-24-2015 at 05:51 PM
318304My latest 4. 1 year and a half old sour on 3 different fruits and a Wee Heavy that was
aged in a bourbon barrel.Can I visit your tasting room?
Posted in thread: A simple way to make plastic PET bottles as oxygen-proof as glass (almost!) on 11-23-2015 at 11:32 PM
Really, just get glass beer bottles. They're $14 (or less) for 24.Or only 5 cents each when you
buy beer, too
Posted in thread: Help a noob, infection? on 11-23-2015 at 11:29 PM
Yeast and puree floaters being held up by the carbon dioxide bubbles.Lock it in a closet and
forget about it for a while.TeeJoI have a one gal. batch of cyzer. I started in a bucket and
racked into a ...
Posted in thread: different colors on 11-23-2015 at 07:26 PM
I've had same juice side by side. Wine yeast & Ale yeast then Ale yeast & Cider yeast. They
look sooo different, too.