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Old 10-22-2012, 08:06 PM   #1
Tiffhoward
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So I am making a test batch of my first common cider attempt. I took Louisburg cider (local cider mill) and inoculated it with Wyeast 4783 Rudesheimer yeast. Has anyone used Rudesheimer? How did it turn out? My O.G. was at 1.050 @ 60 F. I am hoping to get a F.G. of 1.000



 
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Old 10-22-2012, 08:31 PM   #2
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So I am making a test batch of my first common cider attempt. I took Louisburg cider (local cider mill) and inoculated it with Wyeast 4783 Rudesheimer yeast. Has anyone used Rudesheimer? How did it turn out? My O.G. was at 1.050 @ 60 F. I am hoping to get a F.G. of 1.000
You will get that, more likely in the range of 0.995 to 0.990. Rudesheimer has an alcohol tolerance of 14% ABV. Right now I'd say your cider has the potential of 6.65% - 8% ABV.
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Oh, and get a hydrometer. Psychic brewing is great and all, but hard numbers get rid of MUCH of the guess work.
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