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  1. jcwacky

    Crab apple cider stopped at 1.014? (Newbie)

    I recently decided to try and make some cider with crab apples from a tree in my garden. I've never attempted anything like this before! OG was 1.070 I've had 3 litres fermenting away (using "double snake cider yeast"), at approx 20ºC. After 35 days the SG was 1.015 I left it another 14 days...
  2. J

    Are these crabapples safe to use?

    Hey all, I plan to use some crabapples To mix in my cider this year. I’m unsure if some that I’m seeing are safe to use?
  3. I

    [Q] Is this pulp or something else in my brewing cider?

    TLDR: is this normal in a brewing cider? I think it might be pulp. I did not filter a lot my crabapple puree. It seems to rise from the bottom, due to the bubbles, and slowly fall again. Hello all! First post here in the forum. Some days ago I started to make my first cider as a quarantine...
  4. J

    Newbie here- are my apples ready?

    Hey everyone! I have two crabapple trees in my yard and was wondering if they are ready to press. The seeds are brown but they aren’t all red yet? Are they ok to start or should I wait?
  5. M

    When the Apples are Ripe, Ferment Some Cider!

    When the Apples are Ripe, Ferment Some Cider! Matt Miller Crab apples. Those little apples that most people consider just ornamental. Yes, they are pretty sour and they aren't really very easy to eat out of hand. I have several crab apple trees in my neighborhood, in common areas, which get...
  6. M

    When the Apples are Ripe, Ferment Some Cider!

    When the Apples are Ripe, Ferment Some Cider! Matt Miller Crab apples. Those little apples that most people consider just ornamental. Yes, they are pretty sour and they aren't really very easy to eat out of hand. I have several crab apple trees in my neighborhood, in common areas, which get...
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