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Old 03-26-2013, 03:59 PM   #11
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I used Lalvin D47 yeast and left this in primary for about 21 days. It fermented all the way down to 0.996 and gave me a whopping abv of 14.5%. The flavor was good but I decided to put in secondary for another 2 to 3 weeks before bottling so some of the alcohols can mellow out.
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Old 03-30-2013, 05:09 AM   #12
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I didn't write it down for some reason. I think it was 1.064 with just the juice and sugar, plus the 5# of honey.

1.064 was what I got on my Ed Worts Apfelwein which has the same sugar additions.
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5 Gallons Apple Cider
5# Clover Honey
1# Brown Sugar
1# Corn Sugar
1oz Nutmeg

Mix Honey with 4.5 Gallons Apple Cider. Heat .5 gallon of cider on stove and mix corn and brown sugar with Nutmeg until blended. Put all mixtures into fermenter, shake well add cinnamon sticks and yeast.

The longer it sits the better it gets!!!
Do you leave this as still cider after bottling or do you add sugar to make it sparkling?
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5 Gallons Apple Cider
5# Clover Honey
1# Brown Sugar
1# Corn Sugar
1oz Nutmeg

Mix Honey with 4.5 Gallons Apple Cider. Heat .5 gallon of cider on stove and mix corn and brown sugar with Nutmeg until blended. Put all mixtures into fermenter, shake well add cinnamon sticks and yeast.

The longer it sits the better it gets!!!
Do you leave this as still cider after bottling or do you add sugar to make it sparkling?
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Old 04-24-2013, 01:54 PM   #17
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Just threw this together, plan on aging and giving out as christmas gifts. Only have 3 gallon carboys currently empty.
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Old 04-24-2013, 02:47 PM   #18
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This is on my list for this weekend
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Old 04-24-2013, 03:03 PM   #19
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This sounds Awesome, i have a 1Gal jug empty and mite just do this this wkend..
It'll be my first mead. So I am excited!
Is there anything I should be watchful of?(over flow?) made a Barley Wine on Sunday and now need to add a blow off tube!
Its not my 1st homebrew, but have wanted to do Mead for a while.
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After one month it's still a bright cloudy orange color. I'm assuming it will eventually after racking and letting it rest a while. Is this correct? Did anyone add potasium sorbate?
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