Originally Posted by strat_thru_marshall
If you want it sweet, the best thing to do at this point is sweeten each glass as you pour with some fresh apple juice or table sugar.
A nice way I sweeten up my batches that ended up very very VERY DRY is to take a tube of apple juice concentrate and keep it frozen and when you pour your drink into a glass throw a nice chunk of the concentrate into the glas before you pour your cider over it, helps cool it and sweeten it.
I also found out that you can bottle carb your cider by adding one can of apple juice concentrate to a 5 gal batch, be weary of those bottle bombs with the concentrate tho.
Yet I like my Cider still for the most part, still and sweet. I normally pour a pitcher with a 1/3 tube of concentrate. And since my cider is normally around 10-15% IT NEEDS some sweetener. (And I enjoy making a little applejack from time to time... If anyone has the info for making that process legal on a personal amount please let me know, I have no problem for paying a couple extra bucks to make my own Hoochy Hooch!