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Old 12-05-2012, 12:21 AM   #11
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well i did go for the the stove top pasteurizing route...
bottled last night...now to just pop 1 open every 2 days and see if its got the carbination i desire!
then to the next step...
your help has been greatly appreciated
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Old 12-05-2012, 01:07 AM   #12
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well i did go for the the stove top pasteurizing route...
bottled last night...now to just pop 1 open every 2 days and see if its got the carbination i desire!
then to the next step...
your help has been greatly appreciated
champions!

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Be careful, 2 days can be a long time. You might over carb in that time...

If you fill one plastic bottle, you can use it to determine when to start checking it. Once it gets firm, then start cracking them open once every few hours (i think).

Hopefully someone more experience at this can help. I like my cider dry, so I don't need to pasteurise... But I know a couple day is enough time to have it over carb.


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Old 12-05-2012, 02:45 AM   #13
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thanks for the heads up!
shame i bottled them all into glass last night...will remember the plastic bottle trick for next time..

DAMN...guess that means im going to have to try 1 everyday now hahahaha
how terrible is that? :P

just went got my thermometer, so im all ready to rock and roll when its carbonated to my liking!

got a chocolate porter lme aswell, and some other ingredience...so now onto the next batch!
i love learning about the stuff...
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Old 12-05-2012, 03:57 AM   #14
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thanks for the heads up!
shame i bottled them all into glass last night...will remember the plastic bottle trick for next time..

DAMN...guess that means im going to have to try 1 everyday now hahahaha
how terrible is that? :P

just went got my thermometer, so im all ready to rock and roll when its carbonated to my liking!

got a chocolate porter lme aswell, and some other ingredience...so now onto the next batch!
i love learning about the stuff...

yeah be careful, I had a much higher FG than yours but mine carbed in about 4 hours. yours will be slower but still be careful with it
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Old 12-05-2012, 10:39 AM   #15
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Tried one when I got home from work, bottle bubbled over BUT on tasting, little to no carbination!

Bottled my larger just then..going to pasteurise my cider tomorrow..
U think that's wise?
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Old 12-05-2012, 01:27 PM   #16
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Not wise if the carbonation isn't there yet, be patient.

Love the pic!
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Tried one when I got home from work, bottle bubbled over BUT on tasting, little to no carbination!

Bottled my larger just then..going to pasteurise my cider tomorrow..
U think that's wise?
If there is little to no carbonation, why not crack one open and transfer into a plastic pop bottle. It sounds like things are moving along slowly.
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Old 12-05-2012, 09:54 PM   #18
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Actually you can practice with the cap tightness on the plastic bottles and get to a point where they will release excessive pressure. No bombs, no splits, and a lot of oft needed experience.

I'm kind of new here and this is my first post. I grew up with root beer in bail top glass mason jars, hooch, more hooch, actual purchased malt extract hooch and then got old enough to actually purchase beverages legally. It was extremely seldom when there was a bomb, I've only seen one or two and those by others. I go back aways, all the way to the good ol' days".

Nice meetin' y'all.
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Old 12-06-2012, 02:35 AM   #19
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Yeah i almost tranfered some into a plastic bottle this morning...BUT leaving it in the glass bottles just gives me a excuse to try some when i get home! hahahaha

fingers crossed it should be more cabonated this evening...if not, THEN i shall do the ol plastic bottle experiment!

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hahaha if all goes well i shall post the vid to this song tomorrow...classic english music..funny as fcuk


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