Simple Hard Cider
Specifics
General Information
Method: Extract

The first of three ciders.  Starting with a simple cider, then making a second with some added honey or brown sugar, then finishing with a New England style cider.  Each batch is re-using the yeast from the previous batch.

Scale Recipe
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Malts and Grains
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Ingredients
0.00 pounds Apple Cider - 5 Gallons  
Non-Fermentables
1 tablet Campden Tablets  
2.5 tsp Yeast Nutrient  
Reference
Hops
Reference
Yeast
Name: Trappist Ale
Manufacturer: White Labs
Product ID: WLP500
Type: Ale
Flocculation: Medium
Attenuation: 75%
Temperature Range: 65–72°F
Amount: 35 ml
Equipment Profile

Single Carboy, No Boil

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Efficiency: 75% Mash Tun Weight: 0 pounds
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Notes:

No boil.  Just pour the contents into the carboy.

Water Profile

None

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Bicarbonate: 0 ppm
Sulfate: 0 ppm
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Sodium: 0 ppm
Magnesium: 0 ppm
PH: 0%
Notes:

No water added.

Procedure

It doesn't get much simpler than this.  5 gallons of cider from a local orchard.  UV pasteurized and preservative free.  Pour it into a sanitized carboy along with a crushed campden tablet.  Wait 24 hours before pumping it with oxygen for 1 minute, pitching the yeast, and adding nutrient.  Rack to secondary after two weeks and let it sit until clear.

Fermentation
Primary: 28 days @ 68° F
Secondary: 150 days @ 66° F
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