So, I bought 3L of PC brand fresh pressed apple cider, dropped in an 8th oz of dry ale yeast, 1/4c of corn sugar, took out 250ml for a OG reading, put on the fermentation lock, and let it sit for the week and a half, then bottled with some activity left for some carbonation and continued alcohol, and by the time this run on sentence was completed, I have some pretty dammed tasty hard cider!
Holy crap! This is some good stuff. It's lightly carbonated with wee bubbles and I'm pretty buzzed after 3 glasses.
I'm in. Going to make 18L this weekend.
I'll give the lager yeast a try. I picked some up.
bellybuster wrote:bread yeast works great for hard cider too.
Seriously? How does it affect the flavour? I've got lots of bread yeast.
Shhhhh... If the government find out about this, apple juice will jump up to $5 a can.
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