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Killer Cider

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Killer Cider

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Beer Style: Common Cider  (27A)
Recipe Type: other
Yield: 5 US gallons

Common Cider



  • 1 gallon, pasteurized apple cider
  • 12 ounce can (Seneca?) 100% Granny Smith apple juice

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Pour out enough cider to make room in the glass jug for the concentrate and the sugar and the re-hydrated yeast (I would recommend using champagne yeast). Mix thoroughly and put an airlock on it. Come back about a week later, check the gravity and if it bottoms out, prime it with 1/5 of 3/4 cup of white sugar, then bottle it in two 2-liter plastic soda bottles, well-cleaned, of course. Let it condition for about a week and...enjoy!