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Dry Apple Cider - No Boil Kit
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The No Boil Kits from WilliamsWarn make brewing easy! The kits come with fresh wort that has already been hopped so all you have to do is pour it, along with yeast and some water, into your fermenter and start fermenting.

Dry Apple Cider

Made from the highest quality New Zealand apples, this cider comes out clean a crisp. The cider is made from 50% Gala, 25% Braeburn and 25% Jazz apples. Make sure to ferment between 64 - 77 F (ideally in the middle of this range) for 4 days for a sweeter cider or 7 days for a drier cider. Do not use clarifiers. The yeast will settle out with cooling.

Kit Contents:

  • 1.65 kg Apple Cider pouch
  • 11 g pack of Fermentis S-04 ale yeast

Kit Specifications:

  • Makes about 2.5 gal (10 l) of cider
  • Original Gravity - 1.041
  • Final Gravity - 1.010
  • ABV - 4.1%
Item # KIT388
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Weight 4LBS
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Tim Fried on Jun 5, 2018
Just curious:)
Tim Fried on Jun 5, 2018

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Good first kit, but not awesome result.
I think I gave this cider every chance to be its best, but it ended up rather flabby, not dry enough, and barely carbonated. I noticed the SG had stalled around 1.009 and prepped and added DV-10 wine yeast to try to drive it down into drier territory. I think I gave both innoculations the best possible start with GoFerm and Fermaid at the right times. Perhaps it needed even more of a nutrient boost than was recommended from these products. I'm considering de-bottling it all, adding some acid to taste, and re-adding sugar, nutrients and yeast to give carbonation another chance. Would be a good time to be a kegger! That said, it was my first cider, isn't totally undrinkable, and has me enthusiastic to make a press and make the real thing from apples!
July 30, 2018
1 month ago