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    I do a similiar brew but I use the glass 1 gallon jugs of 100% apple juice I get at good foods. Just add yeast and stopper. Sometimes I make larger 5 gallon batches.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gunner65 View Post
    I do a similiar brew but I use the glass 1 gallon jugs of 100% apple juice I get at good foods. Just add yeast and stopper. Sometimes I make larger 5 gallon batches.
    That works too I like the little extra alcohol kick I get from the extra sugar by using a heavy concentrate. I was finding when I did just straight Juice alcohol level was lower. With just juice I was coming in about 4 to 5 percent abv.
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    This sounds really good, I bet it would be really good heated over a fire with some mulling spices, may have to try this...

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    Yup......looks like another project to add to the list,lol...good stuff man

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    Just added the final part to this video series. The video clip is in the first post of the thread.
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    Just ordered my airlocks and stoppers as well as the red star yeast. I hope to give this a try next week!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Memnos View Post
    Just ordered my airlocks and stoppers as well as the red star yeast. I hope to give this a try next week!
    Awesome. Let me know how it goes for you.
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    Good stuff, I will add also, I have had Lerch's hard apple cider and it is very tasty stuff.
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    Props for taking the time to make the videos. Can't wait to try this.

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    What's the alcy content on this concentrate stuff? I might have t give it a try!

    haven't brewed in 6 years, been itching!

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