Ditto. I only make cider in October, so this post is a bit early for some of us traditionalists in the northern hemisphere. Still have a little good cider left from 2015, will probably make another 6 gallons or so this October 2016. Maybe 7 gallons, somewhere in there. I've nailed down my favorite yeast beyond any doubt: Cote des Blancs. No need to experiment with yeasts anymore although I probably will anyway on one or two batches, for fun. This year I might also try some different stuff, maybe a perry, or add a touch of clove (not cinnamon). Also would like to toy even more with cysers, I had a cyser with mulberries that turned out wonderful this past season and might like to try maybe a grape cyser (apple pyment?) or mango or something or other. I'll always love cider but I'm starting to develop a taste for meads now... not to mention every beer style in the universe as well! I make it all.Got too many gallons in secondaries aging and waiting to be bottled. Need to drink some cider to free up carboys. Probably won't make more until apple season.