Brewmaker, Deluxe Cider Review

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  1. May 25, 2012 #1

    paultrademark

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    Thanks Aleman :)

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    This kit came supplied with the brewing equipment starter kit I purchased so was not a kit I had personally chosen/read about before.

    Also this was my first attempt at making homebrew, so I have not really got anything to compare this kit too..

    Instructions

    Very easy to follow, especially for a beginner and I was able to make the brew with no difficulty.

    Brewing

    Took the time it stated on the instructions and gave me the correct SG readings.

    Bottling

    I used Coopers Carbonation drops batch primed and gives a great fizz in the bottle and when it is poured.

    Tasting

    I first tasted this cider when it was only 19 days old and though it was drinkable, it definitely needed a bit longer. Now this is 11 weeks old and after tasting a few spread out over that time, it certainly is very drinkable now and seemed to go down well when I took a few bottles for mates to try at the weekend.

    It tastes very pleasant to drink, with only a small amount of sediment in the bottles which is easily filtered out when drinking.

    Conculsion

    Very happy with this kit, would definately use it again and with still having about 10 litres left, it should hopefully get even better over time (if it lasts that long!)

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