# How many gallons of cider in 2018?

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#### MikeTodd

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762+36=798 gallons!

15 liters

#### Justwingnit

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Kees 15L = 798+3.98=802

#### kraizter

##### Active Member
6 gallons d47
6 gallons Graf with Nottingham
6 gallons k1-v1116
6 gallons ec-1118
1 gallon pineapple cider with classique

802 + 25 = 827

#### Blacksmith1

##### Captain Cheap
If getting it started counts, 1 (my first) for 828 total. if not the next one in can subtract it...

#### bushman101

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12.5 gallons so far

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#### jiMithing83

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6 gallons d47
6 gallons Graf with Nottingham
6 gallons k1-v1116
6 gallons ec-1118
1 gallon pineapple cider with classique

802 + 25 = 827
If getting it started counts, 1 (my first) for 828 total. if not the next one in can subtract it...
12.5 gallons so far

827 + 13.5

= 840.5

#### Blacksmith1

##### Captain Cheap
You sound like all my math teachers. "you have to show your work..."

#### Jon Eduardo

just started with cider; 1 gal drunk, 1 gal brewing..

total:2 gallons; more to come!

sorry
<- new guy

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#### jiMithing83

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just started with cider; 1 gal drunk, 1 gal brewing..

total:2 gallons; more to come!
That brings us to 842.5
sorry
<- new guy
No worries, we've all been there [emoji482]

#### Saabmike

##### Member
3 gallon (store apple juice, cote des blanc)
1 gallon apple jack(apple juice, altec 48)
2 gallons (local cider, safcider)
3 gallons (local cider, lavin 1118)

842.5+9=

851.5

#### Maylar

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We're way behind last year.

#### Justwingnit

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Putting 4.5 more down tomorrow started yeast just now.
851.5+4.5=855

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#### Blacksmith1

##### Captain Cheap
3 gallon (store apple juice, cote des blanc)
1 gallon apple jack(apple juice, altec 48)
2 gallons (local cider, safcider)
3 gallons (local cider, lavin 1118)

842.5+9=

851.5
just making sure the RIGHT # is at the bottom here

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#### jiMithing83

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just making sure the RIGHT # is at the bottom here
We're at 855, someone ninja posted on you [emoji4]

#### Blacksmith1

##### Captain Cheap
Aah, he went back and changed his post. Rotten bugger.

10 gal

-->865 gal total

#### Justwingnit

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Aah, he went back and changed his post. Rotten bugger.
Oops, only changed it because my original had bad math in it. LOL

#### kraizter

##### Active Member
Our final two batches in 2018

6.5 gallons with grand cru
6.5 gallons with 71B

13 + 865 = 878 gallons in 2018

#### TrollBrewer

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84 gallons in 2018

878 + 84 = 962 gallons in 2018

#### TrialandError

##### Member
6 gallons in 2018
including a two gallon batch with ten types of hand pressed apples I gathered around town. (I need a mill or press to do it again!)

962+ 6 = 968

#### KaiB

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I'll did very close to 40, so...

968 + 40 = 1,008.00

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#### Maylar

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To qualify for this thread, your cider should have been started before the end of 2018. Let's not mix this year's lots with last year's.

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#### jiMithing83

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I'll do very close to 50, so...

968 + 50 = 1,018.00
Is this what you did in 2018 or what you will do in 2019?

#### KaiB

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Oops...noted the above and corrected my entry.

I'll do 50 or so this year.