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- 0° L
- All Grain
- 5 Gallon(s)
- Unknown Style
- 0 IBU
- 6.9 % ABV
S.G. Measured at 1.060. Pitched 5 grams of (mostly) re-hydrated Cote Des Blancs yeast at 64 F. Left overnight and saw some carbonation and yeast rafts the next day -- still at 64 F. Tastes pretty good, although if I had it to do again I'd probably just use one of the Knudsen's tart juices, instead of two. Might also up the tea bags to 7 just to see what that gives me. Used up all of my yeast nutrient -- remember to buy more. Recipe is: 3.5 gallons Mott's Apple Juice plus (somewhere ...
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