+1 on bigcountrybrew said. I am going to do a full 5 gallon batch of cider that way. I just started my batch two days ago, and it's just getting a start on the fermentation. (not much air lock activity yet) Mine started at 1.064 also. I will monitor the fermentation process, and when it gets around 1.015, I will rack it off the yeast cake and add in some corn sugar and bottle it. Once it get the proper carbonation I will do the stove top pasturization.
Primaries - Empty
Secondary - Several Hard Ciders, Traditional Bock
Kegged - Czech Pilsner
Bulk Aging - Brewtopia Barleywine