Originally Posted by WilliamSlayer
Well, I will see if I can scrounge up a conversion! :-)
As for not having 'activity', remember that you are just priming the cider for carbination. You won't have anything noticeable for at least a week, and even then all you will 'see' is a thin layer of sediment at the bottom of your sealed bottle (this is yeast settling out after chewing up the little bit of honey you added). Keep the sealed bottle @ around 70 F for at least a week or two. By the end of that time, it should have carbed up nicely! :-)
Wow, thanks a lot for the info, IDK why i was under the impression that carbing was supposed to look like fermenting? I was expecting to see bubbles coming from the bottom of my bottle, and fizz??? I guess its all the talk about bottle bombs that led me to this ass-umption
But now, i see a thin layer of sediment at the bottom of the one grolsch bottle that I bottled, and after only three days, it has cleared markedly!
Thanks again, I think i will finish out the remainder of the week clearing out my batch, then bottle all of the rest.
Might play with sugar/honey/br. sugar/concentrate, so I can find what I like best for my next batch.
to the brew cave!!!