Just bottled my first gallon of what I like to call -
Poison Apple Party Cyser
1 gallon [Upscale Grocery Store] apple cider
1 Lb leftover Goldenrod Honey
Abbey Ale yeast (IIRC it was Wyeast - gotta keep better records)
Came out nicely. Apple-y, the floral notes from the goldenrod survived, sweet with sufficient alcohol (No OG or FG readings here!). Got it sitting in the fridge, in bottles with the patented Tw0FishCo(tm) aluminfoilontop-o-tronic safety caps
Anyway, that yeast was like eight bucks for the little test tubey thing. I got 5x750ml bottles out of it, plus about 6oz off the end that's sure to be full of lees/trub and such. Tossed that last end of it into a beer bottle I'd sanitized for just such a purpose.
I get the feeling this is gonna be big amongst the fam, and may warrant another batch. Would there be any unforeseen problems with pitching that "starter bottle" back into a new round of Cyser? I understand that things can get strange after many generations, but has it been many generations for my yeast? (It'd sat in the primary for two weeks exactly.)