Okay, a progress report.
1. No1 son liked it but didn't drink a great deal of it.
2. I'm not keen on it because it is too sweet for my taste.
3. The remaining 8 or so litres are taking up a 25 litre Wilco Keg that I could use for beer.
Today's Plan is therefore:
1. Empty the keg into the boiler.
2. Bring the brew up to the boil for a few minutes to nullify the Wilco Stabiliser that I used to stop fermentation.
3. Cool the resulting brew down to 20 degrees.
4. Move it to an FV and pitch a Wilco Wine Yeast in there.
5. Let it ferment out to produce a dry high alcohol cider more to my taste.
6. Bottle it with regular carbonation sugar.
My obvious questions are:
o Will it work?
(Especially negating the stabiliser by boiling.)
o Does anyone see any problems?