Hi to everyone, i'm a new member and found this forum while searching for help so I'll apologise in advance for jumping straight in with a question. We had a load of apples and decided to have a go at cider. The amount of youtube videos i've watched is unreal. We haven't a clue to the apples types we've got so we tried to keep them in there own little brew until we find their flavours. What we've done so far....Pressed 3 x 5 gallon lots. The first we left it just as it came out, when at the right temp we added yeast(apparently the cider yeast i bought had nutrient included) but no extra Nutrient. Overnight it started to bubble and its going strong. Second lot we pressed, the juice was a great pink colour and we wanted to try and keep the colour so added 1 campden tablet for the 5 gallon just to stop the juice oxidising, added same yeast at right temp and that took an extra day to start bubbling but going well now. The 3 lot i'm having problems with. We wanted to try and get a light colour so 2 campden tabs were used at pressing. Same yeast added at right temp and put with others (all 3 done together). But its not bubbling, there's no leak as its got a screw cap, liquid temp is 23c, there is a froth on top and the sg has not altered at all. So the question is.....Do i need to give it a little kick by adding a bit more yeast and extra nutrient in a solution and mix or have i lost this batch altogether. Thanks for reading, i hope it make sense.