Originally Posted by YooperBrew
One thing that also really helps clear ciders and wines if if you put the carboy in a cold place for two weeks. That really causes the proteins and other stuff to fall out and clear it right up. If that doesn't work, I've used sparkelloid with success.
I'm in a similar situation with a month old cider. I used unfiltered juice, no pectic enzyme, fermenation is done, but it's still cloudly.
I'm going to add some pectic enzyme and stick the carboy in a cold place before resorting to more chemical means. Should I rack off the gross lees before doing this or do you think a couple more weeks on them won't hurt?
Also, if I eventually go the sparkelloid route, will I still be able to bottle carb?