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  • Posted in thread: Large Giveaway - Fermenter, Mash Paddles, Thermapen on 12-02-2010 at 08:53 PM
    username: pulykamell(both here and there.)

  • Posted in thread: Getting the yeast OUT of my cider on 07-07-2010 at 12:55 PM
    I don't get it, do you let it sit on the yeast cake for a year??No, it had long been racked off
    the yeast cake into a secondary. (I can't remember how long it was in primary, somewhere
    between 4 to 6 ...

  • Posted in thread: Getting the yeast OUT of my cider on 06-19-2010 at 04:21 AM
    I disagree as well. This is one tasty yeast for the cider, and mine has cleared clean as a
    whistle in 2 months, and I haven't even gotten around to racking it to the secondary, even.
    I've been taking ...

  • Posted in thread: Hop Ice Cream on 06-19-2010 at 04:04 AM
    Great minds think alike. I found this thread looking for hop ice cream recipes. My idea (and I
    haven't tried this yet) would be to make a hop liqueur by macerating hops in grain alcohol for
    a two week...

  • Posted in thread: Cider tastes like lemon on 01-23-2009 at 06:38 PM
    Will follow up the evolution of this thread, been wanting to try my hands at cider for a while,
    but i don't want it to taste awful or having to waste it either.Cider is dead simple. Juice,
    yeast, wait...

  • Posted in thread: Favorite Commercial Ciders? on 01-14-2009 at 06:12 AM
    My favorites are generally the Normandy ciders. I really enjoy the Etienne Dupont ciders. Also,
    Aspall's line of English ciders are quite tasty as well. Samuel Smith Organic is okay, but I'm
    rather di...

  • Posted in thread: Getting the yeast OUT of my cider on 01-14-2009 at 06:02 AM
    Wyeast 3068 (Weihenstephan Weizen) is a really bad choice for a cider. It has low flocculation
    and will always leave a beverage cloudy & yeasty.I disagree as well. This is one tasty yeast
    for the cide...

  • Posted in thread: Temps for a cider on 01-14-2009 at 06:00 AM
    You might get a bit of a lag (my cellar is at 58-62, and it'll take up to 72 hours or even more
    for my fermentation to start), but it'll go steady. Everything I've read suggests that lower
    temps are a...

  • Posted in thread: S-04 Cider on 01-07-2009 at 09:10 PM
    how long did your guys take to start fermenting? Im at like the 18th hour and there is slight
    expansion through the airlock but im getting worried. I used apple juice and maybe 1.5lbs brown
    sugarMy S-...

  • Posted in thread: Noobie question. Can I use apple juice from my juicer? on 01-07-2009 at 09:06 PM
    Yes, you can use a juicer. As noted above, be careful not to overstress your juicer. I broke
    one that way, but I did a batch of 300 lbs of apples on a $120 Breville juicer for the latest
    20-ish gallon...