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The easiest way to preserve your apple juice, or a really easy way to make cider

Posted: October 23rd, 2010 | Author: | Filed under: [:en]food, [:nb]mat, [:nn]mat | Tags: , , , No Comments »

Early morning cider swig
Drink! Photo: Brendan McMahan.

  1. Buy a pressure cask from Speidel, or use similar cask that can tolerate 10 bar pressure.
  2. Add freshly made, clean, uncontaminated apple juice made with really clean ingredients and tools. Seal cask.
  3. Place in a room of about 20 degrees Celsius temperature, and make sure pressure goes up. When the pressure has reached about 5 bars you can move it to a colder room, but it should eventually (within a month or so) reach 9-12 bars.
  4. Leave for about nine months.
  5. Enjoy your very low alcohol, sweet, clear, sparkling cider!

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