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Re: Cider Yeast

Posted: |15 Oct 2016|, 19:22
by Warthaug
I transferred mine to secondary today...my wife asked if we ha sewer gas in the house :O

Re: Cider Yeast

Posted: |12 Nov 2016|, 18:41
by Windsorbrew
2 Ciders are in secondary, one in the keg for secondary. Still a slight sulfur taste, will this depreciate as the ciders sit?

I can't believe how strong these finished

US-04 OG - 1.055 FG .999 = 7.5%
Both US-05 batches OG - 1.055 FG .991 = 8.5%

Dry/Tart but still has apple character to it, oddly enough almost comparable to a Riesling

Re: Cider Yeast

Posted: |12 Nov 2016|, 19:31
by brhenrio
I love your beer names windsor

Re: Cider Yeast

Posted: |13 Nov 2016|, 13:52
by Warthaug
So long as the cider can off-gas (eg isn't in a sealed container), the sulfur will continue to fade. Im2hoping to keg mine in a week!

Bryan

Re: Cider Yeast

Posted: |19 Nov 2016|, 16:10
by Windsorbrew
Perfect for the 2 in carboys, not so good for the kegged cider. I keep pulling the release pin every 3 days to see if it will pull a bit of the sulfur taste out.

As for the beer names, you have to have fun with it lol