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Old 11-11-2011, 11:17 PM   #11
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Originally Posted by Tw0fish View Post
Basic cider is "let it go til it dont go no mo."

Call that your starting point- it will be dry and still. Now, where do you want to go? Sweeter? Sparkling? Simpler taste, but faster?

I say, let it go til it dont go no mo.. see how you like it... pick a direction. It's a very personal journey

(I swear, somebody smarter than me oughta write a book called "do I really need...." and talk about how all these things we can do with brew change it in relation to dry and still product. It'd make sense, and millions of dollars!)
i'm thinking that we're just going to give it time and give it a taste a little closer to the holidays and see where we're at.

thanks very much for the input.
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