BrewBlog: New England Cider
Specifics
General Information
Method: All Grain
Comments
Cider book quotes 8oz of sugar per gallon of must. So 2.5 lbs sugar / batch? Sounds low. Added 8 lbsTo the cider add 1lb. of sugar per gallon for a dry hard cider (not sweet) or 1 1/2 lbs. for a sweet drink. Honey can be substituted for sugar on a pound per pound basis. Sugar and honey should be dissolved by warming some cider and mixing the sugar and honey until completely dissolved; then mix with the cider.
Ingredients
0.00 pounds Apple Juice  
8.00 pounds Brown Sugar, Light  
Reference
Yeast
Red Star Cotes des Blancs — Dry — 0
Mash
Mash Type: Infusion
Mash PH: 5.400
Efficiency: 100.000000%
Grain Temp. 72° F
Tun Temp. 72° F
Sparge Amt. 0 gallons
Sparge Temp. 168° F
Equip. Adj.? FALSE
Fermentation
Primary: 14 days @ 68° F
Secondary: 90 days @ 68° F
Tertiary: 90 days @ ° F
Age: 28 days @ 52° F
Tasting Reviews
3 Reviews Submit a Review Refresh Page
45-50 = Outstanding 30-37 = Very Good 14-20 = Fair
38-44 = Excellent 21-29 = Good 00-13 = Problematic
Review by
Aroma: / 12
Appearance: / 3
Flavor: / 20
Mouthfeel: / 5
Overall Impression: / 10
Cumulative Score: 0 / 50 Problematic
Review by
Aroma: / 12
Appearance: / 3
Flavor: / 20
Mouthfeel: / 5
Overall Impression: / 10
Cumulative Score: 0 / 50 Problematic
Review by
Aroma: / 12
Appearance: / 3
Flavor: / 20
Mouthfeel: / 5
Overall Impression: / 10
Cumulative Score: 0 / 50 Problematic
print logprint default Output to Beer XML
Robert's BrewBlogs
All Club BrewBlogs
The SKUMP II Jan 27, 2019
Sloshed Ocelot - Salt... Aug 25, 2013
Ichabod’s Dread - P... Aug 25, 2013
Nugga-liscious APA Aug 23, 2013
Jumbly Punt IIPA Jun 9, 2013
Spice Melange Jun 9, 2013
Collaboration Stout Jun 2, 2013
Michele Ma Belle Jun 2, 2013
<< <  More  [1] 2 3 4 5 > >>
Robert's Brew Status
The SKUMP IIPrimary